The shares of Enel Americas S.A. (NYSE:ENIA) has been pegged with a rating of Overweight by JP Morgan in its latest research note that was published on December 14, 2017. JP Morgan wasn’t the only research firm that published a report of Enel Americas S.A., with other equities research analysts also giving their opinion on the stock.
Amongst the analysts that rated the stock, 0 have recommended investors to sell it, 3 believe it has the potential for further growth, thus rating it as Hold while 3 advised investors to purchase the stock. The consensus currently stands at a Overweight while its average price target is $9311.80. The price of the stock the last time has raised by 20.04% from its 52-Week high price while it is -44.16% than its 52-Week low price. A look at the stock’s other technical shows that its 14-day RSI now stands at 36.77.
The shares of the company added by 8.49% during the trading session on Wednesday, reaching a low of $5.725 while ending the day at $6.26. During the trading session, a total of 2.94 million shares were traded which represents a -82.82% decline from the average session volume which is 1.61 million shares. ENIA had ended its last session trading at $5.77. Enel Americas S.A. currently has a market cap of $8.19 billion, while its P/E ratio stands at 5.27, while its P/E earnings growth sits at 1.00, with a beta of 1.07. Enel Americas S.A. debt-to-equity ratio currently stands at 0.64, while its quick ratio hovers at 0.90 ENIA 52-week low price stands at $5.22 while its 52-week high price is $11.21.
The Enel Americas S.A. generated 1.41 billion in revenue during the last quarter.
Investment analysts at DA Davidson published a research note on March 10, 2020 where it informed investors and clients that Braemar Hotels & Resorts Inc. (NYSE:BHR) is now rated as Neutral. B. Riley FBR also rated BHR as Upgrade on July 10, 2019, with its price target of $13 suggesting that BHR could surge by 83.96% from its current share price. Even though the stock has been trading at $1.49/share, analysts expect it to surge by 14.09% to reach $10.60/share. It started the day trading at $1.95 and traded between $1.64 and $1.70 throughout the trading session.
A look at its technical shows that BHR’s 50-day SMA is 6.6430 while its 200-day SMA stands at 8.6442. The stock has a high of $13.88 for the year while the low is $1.14. The stock, however, witnessed a rise in its short on 03/13/20. Compared to previous close which recorded 391978.9 shorted shares, the short percentage went higher by 57.36%, as 616,818 ENIA shares were shorted. The company’s average trading volume currently stands at 275.21K shares, which means that the short-interest ratio is just 1.42 days. Over the past seven days, the company moved, with its shift of 47.83%. Looking further, the stock has dropped -81.56% over the past 90 days while it lost -81.95% over the last six months.
The change in the stock’s fortunes has led to several institutional investors altering their holdings of the stock. The Fidelity Management & Research Co… bought more BHR shares, increasing its portfolio by 8.34% during the last quarter. This move now sees The Fidelity Management & Research Co… purchasing 358,786 shares in the last quarter, thus it now holds 4,661,888 shares of BHR, with a total valuation of $34,311,496. The Vanguard Group, Inc. meanwhile sold more BHR shares in the recently filed quarter, changing its stake to $22,471,228 worth of shares.
Similarly, BlackRock Fund Advisors decreased its Braemar Hotels & Resorts Inc. shares by 0.35% during the recently filed quarter. After selling 2,176,041 shares in the last quarter, the firm now controls -7,586 shares of Braemar Hotels & Resorts Inc. which are valued at $16,015,662. In the same vein, LSV Asset Management decreased its Braemar Hotels & Resorts Inc. shares by during the most recent reported quarter. The firm bought 195,500 shares during the quarter which decreased its stakes to 1,591,578 shares and is now valued at $11,714,014. Following these latest developments, around 1.30% of Braemar Hotels & Resorts Inc. stocks are owned by institutional investors and hedge funds.