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REIT Replay: US REIT share prices drop during week ended Dec. 13

U.S. real estate investment trust indexes finished the week ended Dec. 13 in the red, with the SNL U.S. REIT Equity index down 2.99% and the MSCI U.S. REIT (RMZ) index dropping 3.51%.

The broader markets climbed during the week, with the S&P 500 increasing 0.73% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average up 0.43%.

All SNL REIT property sector indexes recorded weekly share-price drops. The SNL U.S. REIT Healthcare and SNL U.S. REIT Self-storage indexes saw the largest decreases, down 5.19% and 4.15%, respectively.

The best-performing REITs during the week were prison REITs GEO Group Inc. and CoreCivic Inc. up 8.67% and 5.78%, respectively.

Uniti Group Inc., a communications REIT, had the third-largest increase at 5.03%.

The largest decline among REITs during the week was for industrial REIT Americold Realty Trust with a 10.87% drop. Office-focused Office Properties Income Trust and healthcare-focused Global Medical REIT Inc. posted the next-largest declines at 9.22% and 8.30%, respectively.

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