The stocks of TRI were subjected to some unusually large trading options last Tuesday. This saw stock traders buying up to 5,686 call options on the stock. This has been reported as an increase of about 1,251% over the average volume considered on 421 call options.
The Stock Commentary Of TRI
There have been quite a few research equities that have commented on the stocks of TRI. The Goldman Sachs Group has put up a rating of neutral with a price target of $88 in a 17th February research report. Canaccord Genuity has also increased the price target of the company to $102 with a rating of buy in a 5th May research note. Scotiabank has also increased the price target from $122 to $128 with a rating of “outperform” in a 5th May research report. Morgan Stanley has also increased the price target of the company from $92 to $96 with a rating of equal weight in an 11th May research report.
One of the investment analysts covering the firm has given it a rating of sell while three others have given it a rating of hold. Six others have given the company a rating of six. Currently, TRI has a buy rating with a $107.70 price target.
The stocks of TRI traded on Thursday at $93.53. The moving average price of the company over a period of 50 days is $92.60, with the moving average price of the company over a period of 200 days set at $85.39. The year low of the company is $65.18, with the year high set at $99.14. The debt-to-equity ratio of the company is 0.39, with a 1.51 quick ratio. The market cap of the firm is $46.35 billion, with a 24.88 PE ratio. The beta for the company has been fixed at 0.47.