The stocks of VIACA were the recipient of quite a reduction in their short interest for the month of June. As far as reports from the 30th of June go, the short interest has a cumulative total of 388,800 shares which is a decrease of 26.7% from its 15th June total of 530,100 shares. Now, if compared to the average daily volume of 120,100 shares, the ratio for days to cover has been 3.2 days. As of now, almost 4.2% of the company shares find themselves short sold.
The Quarterly Report Of VIACA
The stocks of VIACA traded on Tuesday at $43.24. The market cap of the firm is $27.95 billion, with a 9.55 PE ratio along with a 1.45 beta. The debt-to-equity ratio of the company is 0.90, with a 1.65 quick ratio and a 1.78 current ratio. The year low of the company has been set at $25.97, with the year high set at $101.60. The moving average price of the company over a period of 50 days is $45.79.
VIACA previously put up its quarterly earnings report on the 6th of May. The EPS reported by the company during this period was $1.52, which is more than the consensus estimate of $1.23. The return on equity for the company is 17.88%, with a 10.56% net margin. The revenue generated by the company during this period was $7.41 billion.
Quite a few hedge funds have already purchased and sold multiple shares of VIACA. BlackRock has already increased its position in the company by 1.6% in the last quarter of the year. BlackRock now has ownership of over 301,353 shares in the company which has a total worth of $11,398,000.
The Bank of New York Mellon Corp has also increased its stature in the company by 29.3% in the last quarter, which has led to them owning around 28,958 shares in the stocks of VIACA which has a total worth of $1,095,000 after purchasing 6,567 shares in the last quarter.