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Aedifica SA

€ 78.70 (+0.06%) Oct 4
P/FFO:
11.98
P/B:
0.98
Market Cap:
€ 3.14B ($ 3.12B)
Enterprise V:
€ 5.28B ($ 5.26B)
Volume:
77.23K
Avg Vol (2M):
55.62K
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Volume:
77.23K
Market Cap €:
3.14B
Market Cap $:
3.12B
Price-to-FFO:
11.98
Avg Vol (2-Month):
55.62K
Enterprise Value €:
5.28B
Enterprise Value $:
5.26B
PB Ratio:
0.98
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Business Description

Description
Aedifica SA is a Belgian real estate investment trust that invests in, develops, and leases healthcare properties. The company focuses on providing housing for the aging population in Western Europe and the growing populations in Belgium's major cities. The majority of Aedifica's real estate portfolio is composed of Elderly care homes. The company derives the vast majority of its income in the form of rental revenue. Its geographical segments are Belgium, Germany, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Finland, and Sweden.

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Key Statistics

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Revenue (TTM) (Mil €) 134.622
EPS (TTM) (€) 11.29
Beta 1.1
Volatility % 31.09
14-Day RSI 32.21
14-Day ATR (€) 2.819092
20-Day SMA (€) 84.96
12-1 Month Momentum % -13.24
52-Week Range (€) 73.1 - 120.3
Shares Outstanding (Mil) 39.86

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