PayPal Holdings Inc (NASDAQ: PYPL) shares have received the consensus ‘buy’ recommendation from 42 analysts. The company has a $210.06 price objective for 12 months.
On Friday, PayPal stock started from $235.51 with the market cap being $275.95B. Their lowest in 12 months is $82.07 while the highest is $238.10. Their current, quick, and leverage ratio is 1.38, 1.38, and 0.51. Their 50-day rolling average is $202.72 while the 200-day is $188.98.
According to the 2nd November report, the company had quarterly EPS earnings of $1.07, topping the $0.94 consensus estimate by $0.13. Their net margin was 13.44% with a 16.17% equity return. Their quarterly revenue was $5.46B, surpassing the $5.41B estimate.
PYPL Stock Undertakings
Truist demoted the price objective of PayPal stock to $200 from $215 on 3rd November. Morgan Stanley increased it to $229 from $210 and gave a rating of ‘overweight’ on 2nd November. Piper Sandler promoted it to $255 from $228 and gave a rating of ‘overweight’ on 9th December. Oppenheimer reissued the target price of $230 with a rating of ‘buy’ on 3rd November. BMO Cap Markets decreased it to $193 from $200 on 4th November.
Mark Britto, EVP, sold off 9,000 PYPL shares at $202.27 EPS worth $1,820,430 on 26th October. Daniel Schulman, the CEO, sold off 25,000 PYPL shares at $212.65 EPS worth $5,316,250. 0.12% PayPal stock is owned by insiders.
Adams Management bought new holdings in PYPL stock in Q3, owning stock priced at $25,000. Advisory Alpha purchased a new position in Q3, owning $25,000 worth of shares. Baron Fin. Group bought a new position in Q3 and presently owns shares priced at $45,000. Moser Advisors increased their holdings by 400% in Q3, owning shares priced at $49,000. Altshuler Shaham lifted their stake by 628.2% in Q3, owning $56,000 worth of shares. Institutional investors own 83.43% of PYPL stock.