Realty Income EBITDA Margin Trend

O -- USA Stock  

USD 54.73  0.42  0.76%

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Showing smoothed EBITDA Margin of Realty Income Corporation with missing and latest data points interpolated. Measures the ratio between a company's [EBITDA] and Revenues.
EBITDA Margin10 Years Trend
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Regression Statistics

Arithmetic Mean  0.95
Geometric Mean  0.95
Coefficient Of Variation  5.37
Mean Deviation  0.036801
Median  0.94
Standard Deviation  0.05
Sample Variance  0.002595
Range  0.18
R Value (0.12)
Mean Square Error  0.002815
R Squared  0.013728
Significance  0.72
Slope (0.001655)
Total Sum of Squares  0.028541

Realty Income EBITDA Margin Over Time

2016-12-31  0.91 
2017-12-31  0.91 
2018-12-31  1.07 

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Realty Income Upcoming Company Events

Upcoming Quarterly ReportFebruary 22, 2017
Next Earnings ReportApril 25, 2017
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