Shares of Pebblebrook Hotel Trust (NYSE:PEB) ended Wednesday session in green amid volatile trading. The shares closed up +0.22 points or 0.80% at $27.63 with 892,316 shares getting traded. Post opening the session at $27.33, the shares hit an intraday low of $27.31 and an intraday high of $27.95 and the price vacillated in this range throughout the day.

Market Cap/Outstanding Shares

The company has a market cap of $1.94 billion and the number of outstanding shares have been calculated to be 72.06 million shares.

Performance weekly/monthly/quarterly/yearly in percentage (%)

The performance for the week is valued at 6.39%, resulting in a performance for the month at 1.96%. Therefore, the stated figure displays a quarterly performance of -5.80% and an annual performance of -11.29%.traded up 0.80% on 16 November, 2016 hitting $27.63.

EPS (Earning Per Share )

The EPS of PEB is strolling at 0.67, measuring its EPS growth this year at 32.10%. As a result, the company has an EPS growth of 5.75% for the approaching year. Company’s EPS for the past five years is valued at 43.40%, leading it to an EPS value of 7.43% for the next five years.


PEB P/E ratio is measuring at 41.12 with a forward P/E of 23.12. As of now, Pebblebrook Hotel Trust has a P/S value of 2.44, measuring P/B at 1.24. Its P/Cash is valued at 42.51 and P/FCF is at 15.10.


Beta factor is stands at 1.26 and Avg. true range is 0.92. Historically, the volatility of this stock is about 4.01% a week and 3.59% a month.

Pebblebrook Hotel Trust (PEB) recently declared that it has executed a purchase and sale agreement to sell the 618-room, upper upscale, full-service Manhattan NYC in New York, New York for $217.5 million to a third party. The sale of the Manhattan NYC is subject to normal closing conditions, and the Company offers no assurances that this sale will be accomplished. The Company is targeting to complete the sale in the next 90 days.

Proceeds from the sale of Manhattan NYC will be utilized for general business purposes which may include reducing the Company’s outstanding debt or repurchasing the Company’s common shares.




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