NYSE V Has Received A Rating Of Buy

NYSE V
NYSE V

The stocks of NYSE V have been issued with a rating of buy by around twenty-six different brokerages that have covered the company stocks. According to a report, twenty-three of them provided the company with a rating of buy. The price target set by the brokerage on the company is $254.92, calculated over a period of a year. 

The Stock Commentary Of NYSE V

There have been quite a few research equities that have commented on the stocks of NYSE V. Susquehanna Bancshares has already increased the price target of the company from $250 to $265 with a rating of positive in a 28th April research report. Mizuho Securities has also increased the price target of the company from $250 to $275 with a rating of buy in a 28th April research report.

Daiwa Capital Markets has increased the price rating of the company from neutral to outperform with a price target of $259 in an 18th May research report. Morgan Stanley has increased the price target of the company from $258 to $279 with a rating of overweight in a 3rd May research report. In the end, Credit Suisse Group has decided to increase the price target of the company from $280 to $285 with a rating of outperform in an 8th June research report. 

The stocks of NYSE V traded on Wednesday at $232.98. The market cap of the firm is $453.84 billion, with a 48.14 PE ratio, along with a 2.25 PEG ratio. The debt-to-equity ratio of the company is 0.61, with a 2.12 quick ratio. The moving average price of the company over a period of 50 days is $228.02. The year low of the company is $179.23, with the year high set at $237.50. 

NYSE V put out its quarterly results in a 27th April research report. The processor of credit cards reported an EPS of $1.38 over the quarter, which was more than the consensus estimate of $1.26. The revenue for the business was $5.73 billion, which was more than the consensus estimate of $5.54 billion.

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