AG MORTG INV TRS

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symbol MITT
会社名 AG Mortgage Investment Trust Inc (AG MORTG INV TRS)
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業種 専門REIT   金融(Financials)
概要 AG・モーゲージ・インベストメント・トラスト(AG Mortgage Investment Trust Inc.)は不動産投資信託(REIT)である。同社は住宅モーゲージ資産、その他の不動産関連の有価証券及び金融資産の多様なポートフォリオへの投資、取得および管理に従事する。同社はまた、連邦住宅ローン協会(Fannie Mae)または連邦住宅ローン抵当公社(Freddie Mac)(以下総称してGSE)などの政府出資企業によって発行または保証された住宅ローン担保証券(RMBS)、または政府政府の住宅ローン協会(Ginnie Mae)(総称して代理店RMBS)などの合衆国政府の任意の機関、並びに非政府機関RMBS、資産担保証券(ABS)、商業用モーゲージ担保証券(CMBS)およびローンを含むその他の不動産関連の有価証券と金融資産へ投資する。  AGモ―ゲ―ジ・インベストメント・トラストは、住宅ロ―ン資産、その他の不動産関連証券、金融資産のポ―トフォリオを買収・管理に焦点を当てた米国不動産投資信託(リ―ト)。連邦政府抵当金庫、連邦住宅抵当公庫、または連邦住宅貸付抵当公社などの住宅ロ―ン担保証券などを取り扱う。  AG Mortgage Investment Trust, Inc. is a real estate investment trust, which focuses on investing, acquiring, and managing a diversified portfolio of residential mortgage assets, other real estate-related securities and financial assets. The firm conducts its business through the following segments: Securities and Loans and Single-Family Rental Properties. Its portfolios include Agency RMBS, Residential Investments, Commercial Investments, and ABS. The company was founded on March 1, 2011 and is headquartered in New York, NY.
本社所在地 245 Park Avenue 26th Floor New York NY 10167 USA
代表者氏名 David N. Roberts
代表者役職名 Chairman of the Board President Chief Executive Officer
電話番号 +1 212-692-2000
設立年月日 40603
市場名 NYSE(ニューヨーク証券取引所)
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url www.agmit.com
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EBITDA (百万ドル) 60.05955
終値(lastsale)
時価総額(marketcap)
時価総額 (百万ドル) 546.10760
売上高 (百万ドル) 156.47450
企業価値(EV) (百万ドル) 3509.10560
当期純利益 (百万ドル) -11.90115
決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 AG Mortgage Investment Trust Inc revenues increased 21% to $156.5M. Net loss applicable to common stockholders totaled $11.9M vs. income of $105.1M. Revenues reflect Corporate segment increase from $0K to $132K. Net loss reflects Unrealized gain/(loss) on real estate se increase from $45.5M (income) to $20.9M (expense).

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   Comparing MFA Financial (NYSE:MFA) & AG Mortgage Investment Trust (NYSE:MITT)  2020/10/24 08:30:42 Stock Observer
AG Mortgage Investment Trust (NYSE:MITT) and MFA Financial (NYSE:MFA) are both small-cap finance companies, but which is the better investment? We will contrast the two companies based on the strength of their dividends, valuation, profitability, institutional ownership, risk, analyst recommendations and earnings. Earnings & Valuation This table compares AG Mortgage Investment Trust and MFA Financial’s […]
   AG Mortgage Investment Trust (NYSE:MITT) vs. MFA Financial (NYSE:MFA) Head to Head Survey  2020/10/22 03:58:53 Dispatch Tribunal
AG Mortgage Investment Trust (NYSE:MITT) and MFA Financial (NYSE:MFA) are both small-cap finance companies, but which is the better investment? We will compare the two companies based on the strength of their institutional ownership, valuation, risk, profitability, dividends, earnings and analyst recommendations. Earnings and Valuation This table compares AG Mortgage Investment Trust and MFA Financial’s […]
   MFA Financial (NYSE:MFA) and AG Mortgage Investment Trust (NYSE:MITT) Head to Head Contrast  2020/10/22 01:32:45 Daily Political
AG Mortgage Investment Trust (NYSE:MITT) and MFA Financial (NYSE:MFA) are both small-cap finance companies, but which is the better business? We will contrast the two companies based on the strength of their profitability, earnings, institutional ownership, dividends, valuation, analyst recommendations and risk. Insider and Institutional Ownership 36.3% of AG Mortgage Investment Trust shares are held […]
   AG Mortgage Investment: Q2 Earnings Insights  2020/08/10 07:11:00 Benzinga
Shares of AG Mortgage Investment (NYSE:MITT) moved higher by 2.5% in pre-market trading after the company reported Q2 results. Quarterly Results Earnings …
   Mortgage Lenders Demand Fed Bailout... After Blaming Fed For Forcing "Staggering, Unprecedented" Margin Calls  2020/03/30 15:35:00 Zero Hedge
Mortgage Lenders Demand Fed Bailout… After Blaming Fed For Forcing "Staggering, Unprecedented" Margin Calls There's another 'epidemic' ripping through America that, for many on Wall Street, is just as terrifying as COVID-19... and this time The Fed is to blame. We reported last week on the multitude of mortgage companies that were facing an existential threat from massive margin calls: First, its was AG Mortgage Investment Trust which on Friday said it failed to meet some margin calls and doesn’t expect to be able to meet future margin calls with its current financing. Then it was TPG RE Finance Trust which also hit a liquidity wall and could not repay its lenders. Then, on Monday it was first Invesco , then ED&F Man Capital , and now the mortgage mayhem that erupted as a daisy-chain of mortgage REITs suddenly imploded, has taken down MFA Financial , whose crashing stock was halted after the company reported that "due to the turmoil in the financial markets resulting from the global pandemic of the COVID-19 virus, the Company and its subsidiaries have received an unusually high number of margin calls from financing counterparties, and have also experienced higher funding costs in respect of its repurchase agreements." All of which means - in no surprise whatsoever - that these mortgage-related firms are demanding a bailout!!
   AG Mortgage Investment: Q2 Earnings Insights  2020/08/10 07:11:00 Benzinga
Shares of AG Mortgage Investment (NYSE:MITT) moved higher by 2.5% in pre-market trading after the company reported Q2 results. Quarterly Results Earnings …
   Mortgage Lenders Demand Fed Bailout... After Blaming Fed For Forcing "Staggering, Unprecedented" Margin Calls  2020/03/30 15:35:00 Zero Hedge
Mortgage Lenders Demand Fed Bailout… After Blaming Fed For Forcing "Staggering, Unprecedented" Margin Calls There's another 'epidemic' ripping through America that, for many on Wall Street, is just as terrifying as COVID-19... and this time The Fed is to blame. We reported last week on the multitude of mortgage companies that were facing an existential threat from massive margin calls: First, its was AG Mortgage Investment Trust which on Friday said it failed to meet some margin calls and doesn’t expect to be able to meet future margin calls with its current financing. Then it was TPG RE Finance Trust which also hit a liquidity wall and could not repay its lenders. Then, on Monday it was first Invesco , then ED&F Man Capital , and now the mortgage mayhem that erupted as a daisy-chain of mortgage REITs suddenly imploded, has taken down MFA Financial , whose crashing stock was halted after the company reported that "due to the turmoil in the financial markets resulting from the global pandemic of the COVID-19 virus, the Company and its subsidiaries have received an unusually high number of margin calls from financing counterparties, and have also experienced higher funding costs in respect of its repurchase agreements." All of which means - in no surprise whatsoever - that these mortgage-related firms are demanding a bailout!!
   Major Mortgage-Lender Slashes 70% Of Workforce, Warns "World Has Dramatically Changed"  2020/03/27 18:52:26 Zero Hedge
Major Mortgage-Lender Slashes 70% Of Workforce, Warns "World Has Dramatically Changed" Earlier this week, we highlighted the fact that numerous mortgage-related companies were facing considerable - and in some cases existential - crises in their day-to-day operations amid margin calls, illiquidity, and a drying up of demand for non-agency products thanks to The Fed's intervention. First , its was AG Mortgage Investment Trust which last Friday said it failed to meet some margin calls and doesn’t expect to be able to meet future margin calls with its current financing. Then it was TPG RE Finance Trust which also hit a liquidity wall and could not repay its lenders. Then, on Monday it was first Invesco , then ED&F Man Capital, and then the mortgage mayhem took down MFA Financial , which stated "due to the turmoil in the financial markets resulting from the global pandemic of the COVID-19 virus, the Company and its subsidiaries have received an unusually high number of margin calls from financing counterparties, and have also experienced higher funding costs in respect of its repurchase agreements." And now that mortgage-mayhem has impacted one of the largest U.S. mortgage firms catering to riskier borrowers .
   $14 Billion Commodity Broker Facing Crushing Margin Calls After Mortgage Hedges Go Terribly Wrong  2020/03/24 17:05:00 Zero Hedge
$14 Billion Commodity Broker Facing Crushing Margin Calls After Mortgage Hedges Go Terribly Wrong We warned last week that, despite The Fed's unlimited largesse, there is trouble brewing in the mortgage markets that has an ugly similarity to what sparked the last crisis in 2007. For a sense of the decoupling, here is the spread between Agency MBS (FNMA) and 10Y TSY yields… At that time, WSJ's Greg Zuckerman reports that the AG Mortgage Investment Trust, a real-estate investment trust operated by New York hedge fund Angelo, Gordon & Co., is among those feeling pressure, the company said, and, in the latest sign of turmoil in crucial areas of the credit markets, is examining a possible asset sale. “In recent weeks, due to the turmoil in the financial markets resulting from the global pandemic of the Covid-19 virus, the company and its subsidiaries have received an unusually high number of margin calls from financing counterparties,” AG Mortgage said Monday morning. Well, they are not alone.
   2007 Redux - Mortgage Fund Considers Asset-Sale After "High Number Of Margin Calls"  2020/03/23 16:15:00 Zero Hedge
2007 Redux - Mortgage Fund Considers Asset-Sale After "High Number Of Margin Calls" On the day when The Fed unveils it will be buying agency MBS and CMBS (along with IG corporate debt) in unlimited size "to maintain the smooth functioning of markets," The Wall Street Journal reports that for at least one major mortgage investor - it could be too late. For a sense of the scale of collapse in CMBS markets alone, here is CMBX Series 6 BBB- tranche (a popular hedge fund "next big short" trade that is heavily exposed to malls/retail)… And mortgage markets are becoming notably illiquid (hence The Fed's unlimited injections)... And the infamous 'basis' trade in ETF land, is extreme... All of which has left an investment fund focused on mortgage investments struggling to meet margin calls from lenders. WSJ's Greg Zuckerman reports that the AG Mortgage Investment Trust, a real-estate investment trust operated by New York hedge fund Angelo, Gordon & Co., is among those feeling pressure, the company said, and, in the latest sign of turmoil in crucial areas of the credit markets, is examining a possible asset sale. “In recent weeks, due to the turmoil in the financial markets resulting from the global pandemic of the Covid-19 virus, the company and its subsidiaries have received an unusually high number of margin calls from financing counterparties,” AG Mortgage said Monday morning.

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