The analysts working at Jefferies Financial have already reduced the FY2021 estimates of EPS for the stocks of NYSE F. This was done in a 3rd May research report. P. Houchois, the lead analyst for the brokerage, has now predicted that the company will be posting an EPS of $1.01 for the entire year, which was quite a downgrade from the previous EPS of $1.08. The rating for the company is “buy”, with a price target of $16 on the stock.
The Stock Commentary Of NYSE F
There have been quite a few research equities that have commented on the stocks of NYSE F. JPMorgan Chase & Co has already put up a price target of $14 on the stocks of the company with a price rating of overweight in a 22nd January research note. Wells Fargo & Co has also set up a rating of overweight with a price target of $15 on the company. Evercore ISI has increased the price target of the company from $11 to $13 with a rating of ‘in-line’ in a 14th April research note. In the end, Barclays ended up increasing the rating of the company from equal weight to overweight with a price target of $16 in a 25th March research report.
Two of the research analysts assigned to the company gave it a rating of sell, while seven others have given the company a rating of hold. Currently, NYSE F has a hold rating with an $11.66 price target.
The stocks of NYSE F traded on Wednesday at $11.41. The current ratio of the company is 1.20, with a 1.09 quick ratio, as well as a 3.20 debt-to-equity ratio. The market cap of the firm is $45.40 billion, with a -285.25 PE ratio, along with a 1.38 PEG ratio. The year low of the company is $4.52, with a year high of around $13.62. The moving average price of the company over a period of 50 days is $12.28, with the moving average price of the company over a period of 200 days is $10.43.