Key Points to Review Before Investing in SPG

Large-cap Real Estate company Simon Property has logged a 0.0% change today on a trading volume of 1,776,392. The average volume for the stock is 1,377,825.

Simon is a real estate investment trust engaged in the ownership of premier shopping, dining, entertainment and mixed-use destinations and an S&P 100 company (Simon Property Group, NYSE: SPG). Our properties across North America, Europe and Asia provide community gathering places for millions of people every day and generate billions in annual sales. Based in Indianapolis, United States the company has 2,500 full time employees and a market cap of $56,889,069,568. Simon Property currently offers its equity investors a dividend that yields 5.0% per year.

The company is now trading -5.13% away from its average analyst target price of $160.0 per share. The 15 analysts following the stock have set target prices ranging from $145.0 to $190.0, and on average give Simon Property a rating of buy.

Over the last 52 weeks, SPG stock has risen 38.0%, which amounts to a 14.8% difference compared to the S&P 500. The stock's 52 week high is $157.82 whereas its 52 week low is $102.11 per share. With its net margins declining an average -1.3% over the last 6 years, Simon Property may not have a strong enough profitability trend to support its stock price.

Date Reported Total Revenue ($ k) Net Profit ($ k) Net Margins (%) YoY Growth (%)
2023 5,658,836 2,617,018 46 0.0
2022 5,291,447 2,452,385 46 -8.0
2021 5,116,789 2,568,707 50 78.57
2020 4,607,503 1,277,324 28 -33.33
2019 5,755,189 2,423,188 42 -16.0
2018 5,645,288 2,822,343 50
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