Executive Summary for Digital Realty Trust Investors

Shares of Digital Realty Trust moved -1.7% today, and are now trading at a price of $108.72. The large-cap stock's daily volume was 499,997 compared to its average volume of 2,154,032. The S&P 500 index returned a 0.7% performance.

Digital Realty supports the world's leading enterprises and service providers by delivering the full spectrum of data center, colocation and interconnection solutions. PlatformDIGITALR, the company's global data center platform, provides customers a trusted foundation and proven Pervasive Datacenter Architecture PDxTM solution methodology for scaling digital business and efficiently managing data gravity challenges.

The company is based in Austin, Texas and has 3,030 full time employees. Its market capitalization is $31,943,784,448. Digital Realty Trust currently offers its equity investors a dividend that yields 4.4% per year.

19 analysts are following Digital Realty Trust and have set target prices ranging from $88 to $175 per share. On average, they have given the company a rating of buy. At today's prices, DLR is trading -13.39% away from its average analyst target price of $125.53 per share.

Over the last year, DLR shares have gone down by -33.0%, which represents a difference of -17.2% when compared to the S&P 500. The stock's 52 week high is $178.22 per share and its 52 week low is $85.76. With average free cash flows of $1,576,977,500.0 that have been growing at an average rate of 7.3% over the last four years, Digital Realty Trust declining stock performance may not be reflective of the quality of the company.

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