The owner of top-tier malls reported another huge drop in NOI last quarter, but its results should improve rapidly going forward.
News & Analysis: The Macerich Company
MAC earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2021.
The heavily indebted mall REIT finally bit the bullet and sold more stock to avert a potential liquidity crunch.
With its nearly 5% yield, some dividend investors might be looking at Macerich. Read this before you decide to buy.
If you are looking at mall REITs, Macerich will be on your list. Is it the one to buy, or are there better options in the space?
MAC earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.
A WallStreetBets-inspired short squeeze drove Macerich stock higher last month, but the gains didn't last.
These three mall stocks spiked higher earlier in the week, but seem to be cooling off.
We're seeing some interesting price action in this group, and there could be a good explanation for it.
Shares of mall landlords took off today. It looks like investors are starting to realize that the worst could be over.