How? When their stock prices got ever lower.
I decided to take some time to check through the Dividend Stock Tracker to make sure the numbers look correct.
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Prices look as depressing as my mood. It feels that there could be a few reasons why it was beaten down so much, chief among them is funds and institutional investors selling and exiting in a wide-scale manner.
I think with the lockdown, the majority of these companies are not going to look good. Vacancies will rise, rental reversion stagnates, but valuations may also get more compelling in this phase.
The prices reflect uncertainty. Due to that, likely the compensation from equity will be higher.
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