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Americold Realty Trust (COLD)

(Delayed Data from NYSE)

$39.22 USD


-0.25 (-0.63%)

Updated Jun 11, 2021 04:00 PM ET

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1Strong Buy25.41%
5Strong Sell3.06%

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D Value C Growth C Momentum D VGM

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Bottom 16% (209 out of 250)

Industry: REIT and Equity Trust - Other

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Americold Realty Trust (COLD) Tops Q4 FFO and Revenue Estimates

Americold Realty Trust (COLD) delivered FFO and revenue surprises of 8.82% and 1.42%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2020. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?

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REITs' Q4 Earnings Lined Up for Feb 18: VTR, VICI & More

Since the economic disruption and its impact have been widely varied across different property types, delving deeper into each REIT's asset fundamentals and markets is now all the more important.

Americold (COLD) Shares Rise on Agro Merchants Acquisition

Americold (COLD) strengthens its global footprint and expands portfolio with the completion of the acquisition of Agro Merchants.

Americold Concludes Buyout of Two Facilities for $107.5M

Americold's (COLD) expansion moves boost its foothold in the key logistics space and utilize the supply-chain scope by linking food producers, processors, distributors and retailers to consumers.

Americold Expands in New Zealand, Partners With Countdown

Americold's (COLD) expansion efforts will help bank on growth of retailers, food producers, processors, distributors, and quick-service restaurants in New Zealand.

Innovative Industrial Boosts California Base on Asset Buyout

Expansion of portfolio with the California property buyout and lease with Kings Garden will help Innovative Industrial Properties (IIPR) bank on favorable trends as well as drive top-line growth.

Arbor Realty (ABR) to Report Q1 Earnings: What's in Store?

Robust agency lending activities and low LIBOR rates are expected to have driven Arbor Realty's (ABR) Q1 performance.

Key Factors to Impact Colony Capital (CLNY) in Q1 Earnings

Colony Capital's (CLNY) Q1 results are expected to reflect the impacts of the coronavirus outbreak on the hospitality and healthcare segments.

Host Hotels (HST) to Report Q1 Earnings: What's in Store?

Host Hotels' (HST) Q1 results to reflect the adverse impact of the coronavirus pandemic with reduced travel demand and group-business cancellations.

What's in the Offing for CBRE Group's (CBRE) Q1 Earnings?

Though CBRE Group (CBRE) Q1 results will likely reflect benefits from improving occupier outsourcing business and acquisitions, a choppy macroeconomic environment is a concern.

What's in the Cards for Regency Centers' (REG) Q1 Earnings?

While Regency Centers' (REG) Q1 results will likely reflect gains from focus on premium grocery-anchored shopping centers, a choppy retail real estate environment might have curbed its growth tempo.

Key Factors to Impact Digital Realty's (DLR) Q1 Earnings

Digital Realty's (DLR) Q1 performance will likely reflect benefits from the industry's solid fundamentals and previous strategic acquisitions, though aggressive pricing pressure is a concern.

Why Earnings Season Could Be Great for Americold (COLD)

Americold (COLD) is seeing favorable earnings estimate revision activity and has a positive Zacks Earnings ESP heading into earnings season.

What's in Store for EPR Properties' (EPR) Q1 Earnings?

Though EPR Properties' (EPR) Q1 results will likely reflect benefits from its strategic investments, the coronavirus pandemic and related setbacks remain concerns.

Key Factors to Impact Innovative Industrial (IIPR) Q1 Earnings

With more states in the United States giving cannabis the green light, Innovative Industrial Properties' (IIPR) investment in such properties is likely to have aided its Q1 performance.

What's in the Offing for Welltower's (WELL) Q1 Earnings?

While Welltower (WELL) is anticipated to have benefited from its asset-quality improvement efforts in Q1, a decline in occupancy and rising expenses might have been dampeners.

Iron Mountain (IRM) to Report Q1 Earnings: What's in Store?

Iron Mountain's (IRM) core storage business is insulated from the coronavirus concerns. Declining records and information management volumes in North America are expected to have been dragging in Q1.

Factors Driving Mid-America Apartment's (MAA) Q1 Earnings

Mid-America Apartment's (MAA) redevelopment initiatives and smart-home installations are expected to have driven average rental rate growth amid elevated supply woes in Q1.

Key Factors to Consider for Aimco (AIV) This Earnings Season

A decent U.S. apartment market and portfolio-revamp efforts are expected to drive Aimco's (AIV) Q1 results. High supply and resultant rental concessions are likely to have hindered revenue growth.

Factors to Impact Extra Space Storage's (EXR) Q1 Earnings

While Extra Space Storage (EXR) Q1 results will likely reflect gains from high brand value and solid presence in key cities, development boom and high marketing expenses might have played spoilsport.

What's in the Cards for Federal Realty's (FRT) Q1 Earnings?

Federal Realty's (FRT) Q1 results likely to reflect adverse impact of secular industry headwinds, including store closures and bankruptcies, despite focus on enhancing portfolio and tenant mix.

Key Factors to Impact Essex Property's (ESS) Q1 Earnings

While Essex Property's (ESS) Q1 results will likely benefits from favorable demographic trends and household formation, seasonality and high supply might have partly curbed its growth tempo.

What's in the Cards for STORE Capital's (STOR) Q1 Earnings?

While STORE Capital's (STOR) Q1 result will likely reflect gain from increase in the size of its real estate investment portfolio, a choppy retail real estate environment might have played spoilsport.

What's in the Offing for Two Harbors (TWO) in Q1 Earnings?

Lower valuations for MBS investments and higher servicing advance obligations in its MSR portfolio are expected to have affected Two Harbors (TWO) in Q1.