Looking at top Wall Street opinions, Gerdau S.A. (NYSE: GGB) has recently made its way into the research list of Goldman – signaling that their analyst’s rating adjustment is noteworthy. This stock was Buy in the eyes of Goldman, as reported on Thursday, December 13th, 2018. Another heavy-hitting research note was published by BofA/Merrill on Thursday August 16th, 2018, with this firm Resumed GGB to an updated rating of Buy. In the past six months and three months of trading, shares of Gerdau S.A. (GGB) have moved by -7.60% and -2.51%, respectively.
Brokerage Updates Related to Gerdau S.A. (GGB) Stock
Not a Single analyst have given underperform rating or sell rating, and 2 have given a rating of Buy or better. Based on the 3 stock market experts following this company, the average 12-month price target is $5.91. Moreover, individual price targets range between $2.70-$5.70. With its recent move to $5.14, we can see that these firms project this stock will loss by -16.93% in one year.
Updates from Gerdau S.A. (GGB) SEC Form 4
This particular company’s shares have garnered a lot of attention in recent days, as insiders are unloading their holdings while having generated a 32.70% rise since the beginning of the calendar year.
Gerdau S.A. (NYSE:GGB) Results in the Pipeline
The next scheduled release of financial results for Gerdau S.A. will be for the Dec-17 quarter. As it stands right now, market analysts are anticipating the per-share earnings for the three-month period will be -$0.07. In the same vein, they expect sales for the quarter to amount to $9,401.85 million.
Now let’s turn to earnings surprise history: in the most recent quarter, the company reported about $9,817.00 million in revenue alongside EPS at -$0.15. On average, the analyst projection was calling for $9,476.20 million with $0.08 per share in earnings, respectively. In the preceding quarter, this company’s revenue reached $9,165.85 million, with earnings per share ending up at $0.04.
The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO) experienced a drop of -0.11% from the closing price in the previous trading day. That drove the price to $46.95 per share, as observed on December 31st, 1969, at a time when the total trading volume reached 10,789,742 shares of stock – compared to the typical average of 16.29M shares per day (as recorded over the past three months). The consensus estimate for these shares has been shifted to $50.05.
Pricing Indications for The Coca-Cola Company (KO)
This organization has had a price-to-earnings ratio of 30.13 in the last year. Meanwhile, it gained 46.41 from its observable 50-day simple moving average. Right at this moment, the per-share value is 0.46% higher than the mean per-share price over the last 200 days in the market.
The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO) In-Depth Brokerage Insights
We can see that a number of brokerage firms are putting their focus onto this stock. Out of this group, 0 have a sell rating, 5 have a Buy rating, 6 have an outperform rating, while 14 provided a Hold rating for these shares – thanks to data from Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Additionally, 0 have recommended that these shares are an Underperforming investment. The current consensus recommendation is at 2.40, based on information from Thomson Reuters.
KO Stock Value Potential
In trading activity as of late, this stock’s value was 46.75 up from its 200 day moving average, while also 1.07% up when compared against its 50-day simple moving average. Over the course of the past year of trading, the share price stuck in the range of $44.00-$56.00. The market value for the entire organization reached 200.76B. In the last trading session, the price ended the day at $47.00. The institutional holdings related to this organization account for 0.10%, and the Beta factor is now 0.52. This company’s RSI (Relative Strength Index) managed to hit 62.99.
The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO) Analyst Points of Focus
The Coca-Cola Company (KO) has found itself inside of HSBC Securities’s research list, so their analyst rating adjustment is worth taking note of. This stock was downgraded to Hold, compared to its previous rating of Buy by HSBC Securities, as garnered from a news report on Tuesday March 12th, 2019. An additional helpful research note was sent out by Citigroup’s on Friday February 15th, 2019. The brokerage decided to downgrade KO to Neutral from its previous rating of Buy.