Research analysts at Barclays have decreased their rating on Digital Realty Trust (NYSE: DLR), as stated in a report published on Friday by The Fly. The previous “equal weight” rating has been changed to “underweight.” A great number of further research articles have been written throughout the years regarding DLR. In a research note released on September 13th, Wells Fargo & Stock assigned the Overweight rating to Digital Realty Trust. This rating was included in the note. The company noted that they had reduced their price objective for Digital Realty Trust from the previous $150.00 to the current $145.00. In a research report made available to the public on Friday, June 10th, Citigroup decreased its price target on Digital Realty Trust from $165.00 to $160.00 and assigned the company a “buy” rating in a research report.
In a research report released on Tuesday, July 26th, Morgan Stanley rated the company as “equal weight” and decreased their price target on shares of Digital Realty Trust from $154.00 to $140.00. The study also stated that the price target was dropped. In a research report released on Tuesday, August 2nd, Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft raised their price target for Digital Realty Trust from $140.00 to $150.00 in a research report that was They also set a “buy” rating on the company’s stock. The rating of Digital Realty Trust was changed from “b-” to “c+” in a report issued on Tuesday, July 12th, by TheStreet. This change was made in response to the company’s overall performance. Two investing specialists have indicated that the company ought to be sold; three have proposed that it should be kept; eight have proposed that it ought to be purchased, and one has proposed that it should be purchased very firmly.
The company currently has an average recommendation of “Moderate Buy” from Bloomberg, and the price target that most analysts have determined is $160.71. On August 17th, Executive Vice President Dyer Corey completed the sale of 6,253 shares of company stock. Related developments can be found here. When these shares were sold, the total amount they brought was $827,897.20, equivalent to an average price of $132.40 per share. The transaction has directly resulted in the executive vice president gaining ownership of 11,689 business shares, which have a total value of $1,547,623.60. Our transaction was detailed in a document distributed by the SEC and published on this website, where it is now available for viewing.
On August 17th, Dyer Corey, Executive Vice President of the company, reportedly sold 6,253 shares of the company’s stock. This information comes from various sources. Digital Realty Trust provided this information. [Citation needed] The stock changed hands for a total value of 827,897.20 dollars, with each transaction averaging out to be priced at $132.40 per share. Following the completion of the sale, the executive vice president has gained direct ownership of 11,689 shares in the company. The total value of these shares is approximately $1,547,623.60. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) kept a legal file accessible online and contained information relevant to the transaction. This information can be viewed by anybody interested. In addition, on September 15th, the company’s CEO, William Stein, bought 5,000 shares of the company’s stock for his investment portfolio. The acquisition of the shares cost $566,100.00, an average price of $113.22 per share.
The total sum paid was, therefore, $566,100. Following the completion of the acquisition, the Chief Executive Officer has gained direct ownership of 10,000 shares of the company’s stock, which have a value of $1,132,200. You should look in this spot if you are looking for the disclosure that pertains to this transaction. One company’s employees is also a shareholder, owning 0.41% of the business. The world’s largest corporations and service providers can select the data center, colocation, and connectivity options provided by Digital Realty that are the most suitable for meeting their requirements.
Digital Realty provides a wide selection of solutions. Platform Digitalar, the global data center platform offered by the corporation, provides organizations with a reliable basis and the tried-and-true Pervasive Datacenter Architecture PDxTM solution method for expanding digital enterprises and resolving data gravity issues. Recent months have seen several hedge funds adjust their DLR holdings, with some of those firms raising some of their positions while decreasing others. In the final three months of 2018, Tyler Stone Wealth Management made a new investment of $25,000. This investment was made in Digital Realty Trust. The value of Core Alternative Capital’s holdings in Digital Realty Trust increased by 1,133.3% during the first quarter due to the company’s investments.
During the most recent quarter, Core Alternative Capital boosted its holdings in the real estate investment trust by 204 shares, bringing the total number of shares it holds in the REIT to 222, with a value of $31,000. This brings the total number of shares it owns in the REIT to 222. During the second quarter, Marshall & Sullivan, Inc. WA spent approximately $31,000 on additional shares of Digital Realty Trust. During the second quarter of this year, Better Money Decisions LLC invested in Digital Realty Trust for $31,000. Last but not least, during the first three months of this year, Harel Insurance Investments & Financial Services Ltd. made a brand-new investment in Digital Realty Trust at around $35,000. This investment was made during the first quarter of the year. The company’s stock is owned by institutional investors and hedge funds for 95.03 percent of the total.
When trading started on Friday, the price of a share of Digital Realty Trust was $107.41. The company has seen a simple moving average of $132.62 over the past 200 days, and the simple moving average over the last 50 days is $124.61. On the basis of the company’s P/E ratio of 23.55, its P/E/G ratio of 2.35, and its beta value of 0.33, the business’s market capitalization has been estimated to be $30.87 billion. The quick ratio, the current ratio, and the debt-to-equity ratio all equal 0.85. This is true for all three ratios: the quick, current, and debt-to-equity ratios. One year ago, Digital Realty Trust reached its all-time high of $178.22; one year ago, the business hit its all-time low of $106.15.
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