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PS Business Parks, Inc. (PSB)

(Delayed Data from NYSE)

$145.01 USD


+2.55 (1.79%)

Updated Mar 3, 2021 04:00 PM ET

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5Strong Sell1.87%

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D Value D Growth D Momentum F VGM

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Bottom 15% (217 out of 254)

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PS Business Parks (PSB) Q4 FFO Beats Estimates, Stock Up

PS Business Parks' (PSB) Q4 results highlight increased cash rental income from the occupied part of its same-park portfolio, though lower weighted average occupancy played spoilsport.

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PS Business Parks (PSB) Q3 FFO Lags Estimates, Revenues Fall

While PS Business Parks' (PSB) Q3 results reflect substantial rent collections, decline in same-park NOI and occupancy is a concern.

PS Business Parks (PSB) Collects 95% of August Rental Receipts

PS Business Parks' (PSB) pace of rent collections in August outdoes its experience in each of the prior months, starting from April through July.

Why Is PS Business Parks (PSB) Down 6.9% Since Last Earnings Report?

PS Business Parks (PSB) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

Is it Wise to Hold On to PS Business Parks (PSB) Stock Now?

PS Business Parks (PSB) will likely gain from its diversified portfolio, asset-repositioning moves and balance-sheet strength though a sluggish economy and rent-collection woes are concerns.

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PS Business Parks (PSB) Q2 FFO Down Y/Y on Rental Rate Decline

While PS Business Parks' (PSB) Q2 results reflect substantial rent collections in July, decline in same-park NOI and occupancy is a concern.

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PS Business Parks (PSB) Collects 88% of May Rental Receipts

PS Business Parks (PSB) witnesses decline in rental receipts and weighted average occupancy for May.

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PS Business Parks (PSB) Q1 FFO Up Y/Y on Rental Rate Growth

PS Business Parks' (PSB) Q1 results reflect same-park NOI growth, and higher NOI from non-same-park and multi-family assets.

Is it Prudent to Hold On to PS Business Parks (PSB) Stock Now?

PS Business Parks (PSB) is likely to ride high on healthy demand for industrial real estates and buyouts, though high supply and adverse impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the economy are woes.

PS Business Parks (PSB) Down 30.5% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Rebound?

PS Business Parks (PSB) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.