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PRO REIT: Stocks Analysts Recently Downgraded on TSX (PRV-UN)

The Globe and Mail - Tue May 23, 2023
Downgraded Stocks

PRO REIT is among the group of Toronto Stock Exchange stocks recently downgraded by analysts. This means each stock on this list has seen its averge consensus value drop in the last week so at least one analyst has downgraded their view on these stocks.

This report is generated monthly. It displays the number of analysts along with their buy-hold-sell ratings for the company. A company is included in this list when its mean rating decreases from the previous week. Stocks in this category are generally sold to preserve capital. Companies can get downgraded for a number of reasons - but primarily due to reduced future earnings potential due to loss of contracts, new faltering product lines or increasing costs relative to revenue or financial risk.




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BBD-A-TBombardier Inc62000044Buy
BLCO-TBausch & Lomb Corp30100045Outperform
PRV-UN-TPRO Real Estate Investment Trust21300034Outperform
CCO-TCameco Corp24000044Outperform
ERO-TEro Copper Corp33500033Outperform
BBD-B-TBombardier Inc62000044Buy

More about PRO Real Estate Investment Trust

PRO Real Estate Investment Trust is an open-ended real estate investment trust. The REIT's segments include four classifications of investment properties - Retail, Office, Commercial Mixed Use and Industrial.

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