DELL Has A Rating Of Buy Set By Brokerages

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Around nineteen stock analysts have given a buy rating to the stocks of DELL in a research report that was sent to clients and investors. According to the report, one of the research analysts gave the company a rating of sell, while five of them gave the company a rating of hold. Around eleven of them gave the company a rating of buy. Currently, the price target of the company for a year is $80.35. 

Stock Commentary Of DELL

There have been quite a few research reports that have commented on the stocks of DELL. Argus has already put up a rating of buy on the stocks in a 20th January research report. Morgan Stanley has also increased the price target of the company from $98 to $107 with a rating of overweight in an 8th April research report.

Credit Suisse Group has also increased the price target of the company from $70 to $80 with a rating of neutral in a 4th March research report. Deutsche Bank has also increased the price target from $94 to $100 with a rating of buy. In the end, Cowen increased the price target of the company from $73 to $79 with a rating of market perform in a 26th February research report. 

The stocks of DELL traded on Wednesday at $92.53. The year low of the company is $37.20 with a year high of around $94.04. The moving average price of the company over 50 days is $87.22, with the moving average price of the company over 200 days set at $75.35. The market cap of the firm is $70.57 billion, with a 29.10 PE ratio, along with a 0.95 PEG ratio. The company enjoys a 0.70 quick ratio, with a 0.77 current ratio. 

DELL did announce their quarterly data on the 25th of February. The company had an EPS of $2.70 for the quarter, which was more than the consensus estimate laid down by Thomson Reuters at $2.19. The net margin of the company was 2.63% with a 124.18% return on its equity. The revenue generated by the company over this period was $26.15 billion. 

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