- Last Close 11.67
- Sector Real Estate
- Industry REIT - Industrial
- Investment Style Small Value
- Day Range 11.56 – 11.73
- Year Range 8.81 – 16.11
- Market Cap 3.2177 Bil
- Volume / Avg 1.6 Mil / 2.1 Mil
- Price / Sales 10.43
- Price / Book 1.55
- Forward Div Yield 4.28%
- Trailing Div Yield 4.16%
Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis LXP
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Company Profile LXP
LXP Industrial Trust is a real estate investment trust principally involved in the ownership of equity and debt investments in single-tenant properties and land throughout the United States. Lexington primarily owns office and industrial properties. In terms of total square footage, the vast majority of the company's real estate portfolio comprises industrial and office space. Lexington derives almost all of its revenue from rental income. The vast majority of its revenue comes from its Industrial property holdings.
New York, NY, 10119-4015
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FAQs for LXP Industrial Trust Stock
Yes. LXP has a forward dividend yield of 4.28%.
LXP’s full dividends and stock split history
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LXP’s market cap is 3.22 Bil.
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LXP’s stock style is Small Value.
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High-growth stocks tend to represent the technology, healthcare, and communications sectors. They rarely distribute dividends to shareholders, opting for reinvestment in their businesses. More value-oriented stocks tend to represent financial services, utilities, and energy stocks. These are established companies that reliably pay dividends.
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