The stocks of TKR have been given a rating of ‘Buy’ by around eight research equities that have been covering the firm. According to reports, three of the analysts covering have already issued a rating of hold for the company, while four of them have given it a recommendation of buy. Currently, the price target for over one year for the company is $77.83.
The Quarterly Earnings of TKR
There have been several research equities that have been interested in the stocks of TKR. Smith Barney Citigroup recently covered the stocks of the company, where they issued a rating of buy, and a price objective set at $75. Morgan Stanley has also boosted the price target on the shares of the company- increasing it from $64 to $82 in one of their research reports. They have also given the company a rating of ‘equal weight’.
KeyCorp has been one of the latest companies to join in, as they have increased the rating of the company to ‘overweight’, along with a price target set at $85. In the end, Zacks Investment Research also had a little fun with the stocks of TKR, as they set a price target of $63 on the company, along with a rating that went down from ‘strong-buy’ to buy.
The shares of TKR traded at $76.64 last Tuesday. The year low of the company is $22.25, while the year high has been fixed at $78.51. The debt-to-equity ratio of the company is 0.88, with the current ratio fixed at 3.02, and a quick ratio of 1.84. The moving average of the company over a period of 50-days is $74.01, while the moving average of the company over 200-days is $57.93. The market cap of the firm is $5.78 billion, with a PE ratio of 18.25, a PEG ratio fixed at around 6.14, and a beta of 1.80.