The stocks of ADDYY have been given a rating of “hold” by fifteen different brokerages that have been covering the stock. One of the investment analysts involved with the company has already given it a rating of sell, while eight others provided it with a rating of hold. Close to six other analysts gave the company a rating of buy.
The Stock Commentary Of ADDYY
There have been quite a few research equities that have commented on the stocks of ADDYY. Societe Generale was the first company to increase the rating of the firm from hold to buy in a 17th March research report. Piper Sandler has also reaffirmed their rating of neutral in a 3rd March research report. Zacks has also provided the company with a rating of hold in a 23rd March research report.
Morgan Stanley followed the same trend and increased the rating to underweight in a 9th March research report. In the end, JPMorgan Chase & Co decided to give the company a rating of neutral in a 25th January research report.
The stocks of ADDYY traded on Friday at $157.86. The year low of the company is $102.27, with the year high coming to $185. The moving average price of the company over a period of 50 days is $162.32, while the moving average price of the company over a period of 200 days is $168.44. The market cap of the company is $61.87 billion, with a 115.23 PE ratio, a 5.58 PEG ratio, along a 0.84 beta. The debt-to-equity ratio for the company is 0.38, with a 1.39 current ratio.
ADDYY did update their quarterly report on the 9th of March. The company had reported an EPS of $0.40 for the quarter, which was similar to the consensus estimate of $0.40. The return on equity for the company during this period was 7.19%, with a 2.33% net margin. The revenue generated by the company during this period was $6.62 billion, which was slightly less than the consensus estimate of $6.64 billion.