Suppose we have a matrix $M$ such that $M$ is non-symmetric real and has positive eigenvalues. Do we have a relation between eigenvalues/eigenvectors of $(M+M^T)$ and those of $M$? What if $M$ and $(M+M^T)$ both are of low rank?

Suppose, $M = AP$ where $A$ is a positive semi-definite matrix and $P$ is an orthogonal projection matrix of the form $UU^T$ ($U$ being an orthogonal matrix). $M$, $A$, $P$ are all of size $n\times n$, $U$ is of size $n\times k$, where $k \ll n$. We know that $M$ will have real and non-negative eigenvalues. The question is, how are the eigenvectors/eigenspaces of $M$ and $(M+M^T)$ are related?