BCS Has Been Given A Rating Of Buy By Brokerages


The stocks of BCS have been given a rating of buy by around twelve different research analysts that have covered the company. One of the investment analysts has already issued the company a rating of sell, while four others have issued the company a rating of hold. Seven other investment analysts have given the company a rating of buy. The price target of the company over a period of a year has been $11.

The Stock Commentary Of BCS

There have been quite a number of research equities that have commented on the stocks of BCS. Credit Suisse Group has already increased the price rating of the company from neutral to outperform in a 16th March research report. Berenberg Bank has also reiterated a rating of buy in a 5th March research report.

Deutsche Bank reiterated a rating of buy in a 12th April research report. Morgan Stanley has increased the rating of the company to equal weight in a 7th June research report. In the end, JPMorgan Chase & Co has reiterated the company a rating of overweight in a 23rd February research report. 

The stocks of BCS traded on Tuesday at $10.24. The market cap of the firm is $44.45 billion, with a 12.34 PE ratio, and a PEG ratio of 0.19, with a 1.62 beta. The moving average price of the company over 50 days is $10.31. The quick ratio of the company is 1.39, with a 1.39 current ratio, with a debt-to-equity ratio of the company is 5.34. The year low of the company is $4.60, with a year high of the company is $10.78. 

BCS did provide their previous quarterly report on the 30th of April. The provider of financial services reported an EPS of $0.56 with the consensus estimate set at $0.41. The revenue generated by the company is $8.13 billion, with the consensus estimate set at $7.83 billion. The net margin of the company is 12.64%, with a return on equity set at 4.18%.

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