The shares of KEY have already been given a ‘Hold’ rating by around twenty odd brokerages that have been working on the stocks of the firm. Three of the analysts working on the firm have recommended a rating of ‘sell’ for the firm, whereas twelve of the analysts have given it a rating of ‘hold’. Finally, four investment analysts have given the stocks a rating of ‘buy’. Currently, the target price over a year for this company has been set at $19.81.
The stocks of KEY have featured in quite a few investment reports over the years. TheStreet has already upgraded the shares of the company from a ‘c+’ to a ‘b’ on the 3rd of November. Also, Scotiabank has refurbished the company with a rating of ‘hold’ along with a price target of $24. Citigroup has issued a rating of ‘neutral’ for the company on a research report that was published on the 12th of October. Morgan Stanley has already increased the rating of the company to ‘equal weight’, along with a target price of $18. Wedbush has also given KEY a rating of ‘neutral’ from a rating of ‘outperform’. They have also set a price objective of $14.
The Quarterly Earnings of KEY
KEY opened up its shares on Friday at $15.84. The fifty-two week low for the company is $7.45, whereas the fifty-two week high for the company is $20.52. The debt-to-equity ratio of the company is 0.80, with the current ratio being 0.90, and the quick ratio at 0.89.
The market cap of KEY is $15.47 billion, with a beta of 1.53, and a PE ratio of 13.77.