PFE Has Been Given A Rating Of Neutral By Brokerage Firms

PFE
PFE

The stocks of PFE recently acquired a rating of neutral by research analysts working at Mizuho Securities on Wednesday. According to records, the report would now be sent to several investors and clients. Currently, the price target of the company has been set at $42, which is indicative of an annual increase of 6.73% from the current price of the company.

The Stock Commentary Of PFE

There have been quite a few research equities that have commented on the stocks of PFE. SVB Leerink has already increased the price target of the company from $39 to $43 with a rating of “market perform” in a Tuesday research report. Barclays has also increased the price target of the company from $37 to $40 with a rating of equal weight in a 5th May research report.

DZ Bank has also reaffirmed the rating of buy along with a price target of $41 in a 3rd February research report. The Goldman Sachs Group has also put up a price target of $41 with a rating of neutral in a 6th April research report. 

Twelve of the investment analysts have provided the company with a rating of hold, while two others have provided the company with a rating of buy. Currently, PFE has a rating of hold with a $39.47 price target. 

The stocks of PFE traded on Wednesday at $39.35. The market cap of the firm is $219.48 billion, with a 25.39 PE ratio, and a 2.79 PEg ratio. The moving average price of the company over a period of 50 days is $37.69, with a moving average price of the company over a period of 200 days is $36.86. The year low of the company is $31.61, with the year high coming to $43.08. 

PFE did put up their quarterly earnings on the 4th of May. The company had reported an EPS of $0.93 for the quarter, with the consensus estimate coming to $0.78.

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