NASDAQ EA Has Sold Almost 330 Shares

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The EVP of NASDAQ EA, Matthew Bilbey has ended up selling close to 330 shares of the stocks of the company in a 1st April transaction. The average price of the shares was $136.73, for a total value of around $45,120. Currently, the EVP has control over almost 6,093 shares of the company which has a valuation of around $833,095.89. The documents of the transaction have been disclosed to the SEC in a filing and are available on the official website of the department. 

The Quarterly Estimates Of NASDAQ EA

The stocks of NASDAQ EA traded on Friday at $2.59. The moving average price of the company over 50 days has been $135.85, while the moving average price of the company over a period of 200 days is $133.45. The market cap of the firm is $39.68 billion, with a PE ratio of around 30.73, along with a PEG ratio of 2.83. The stocks also have a year low of around $97.50, with a year high of around $150.30. The quick ratio of the company has been set at 2.75, with a 2.75 current ratio. 

NASDAQ EA had previously announced its earnings results on the 1st of February. The gaming company had reported an EPS of around $3.06 for that quarter- which ended up beating the consensus estimate of Zacks by around $0.10. The revenue earned by the firm over the quarter was $2.40 billion with a consensus estimate set at $2.38 billion. The return on the company’s equity has been 17.85%, with a 23.51% net margin. 

There have been quite a few companies that have commented on the shares of NASDAQ EA. Cowen has already increased the price rating of the company from $161 to $171 with a rating of “outperform” in a 3rd February research report. Morgan Stanley has also increased the price target of the company from $140 to $150 with a rating of equal weight in a 22nd December research note. Credit Suisse Group has also increased the price target of the company from $153 to $160 in a 3rd February research note. Benchmark has also reaffirmed their rating of buy with a price target of around $177 in a 9th February research report.