Federal Realty Investment Trust has received $1.44 as the consensus Earnings Estimate for the Quarter ending on Dec 2016 ,According to the estimate provided by 11 Financial Advisor in the Stock Trading Firms. Among 11 Analysts, Bottom line EPS Estimate for the current quarter is $1.41 while the top line estimate is $1.46 , a key information to consider for Day Trading and investing in stocks. The EPS growth rate is projected at 4.98%.
Federal Realty Investment Trust results fell short with a surprise EPS of -0.7% or $-0.01. The Actual EPS was $1.41 compared to the Estimated EPS of $1.42 during its most recent quarterly earnings.
Federal Realty Investment Trust has a Price to Earnings ratio of 24.93 for the trailing twelve month period. The price to book ratio of the company for the most recent quarter is 4.82. For the Most Recent Fiscal Year, Federal Realty Investment Trust has a price to cash ratio of 25.71. For the Trailing twelve month period, company showed a Net Profit Margin of 32.89% and Return on Equity of the stock is 10.87%.
In the last quarter, Federal Realty Investment Trust reported Annual Earnings of $1.41. Based on the filings, last years Annual Earnings was, $5.32. In the last Quarter, FRT reported a surprise Earnings per Share of -0.7% . The consensus estimate for current quarter is $1.44 and for the current fiscal year, the estimate is $5.64. For the Next fiscal year, the estimate is $5.89 based on the consensus.
Federal Realty Investment Trust (NYSE:FRT) : On Tuesday heightened volatility was witnessed in Federal Realty Investment Trust (NYSE:FRT) which led to swings in the share price. The stock opened for trading at $139.44 and hit $140.75 on the upside , eventually ending the session at $140.43, with a gain of 0.93% or 1.29 points. The heightened volatility saw the trading volume jump to 1,552,153 shares. The 52-week high of the share price is $171.08 and the company has a market cap of $10,081 million. The 52-week low of the share price is at $134.39 .
Federal Realty Investment Trust is an owner, operator & redeveloper of retail properties. The Trusts strategy is to acquire older, well-located properties in prime, densely populated & affluent areas & to enhance their operating performance through a program of renovation, expansion, reconfiguration & retenanting. The Trusts traditional focus has been on community & neighborhood shopping centers that are anchored by supermarkets, drug stores or high volume, value oriented retailers that provide consumer necessities.