Société Générale Société anonyme (OTCMKTS: SCGLY) – Stock analysts at Jefferies Financial Group released their estimates for the first quarter 2021 earnings per share of Société Générale Société anonyme in a report released on Friday, April 16. Jefferies Financial Group analyst F. Bocahut expects the financial services provider to post earnings of $ 0.03 per share for the quarter.
Several other research companies have also recently published reports on SCGLY. Morgan Stanley reiterated a “par value” note on the shares of Société Générale Société anonyme in a report on Friday, February 12. JPMorgan Chase & Co. reiterated an “overweight” rating on the shares of Société Générale Société anonyme in a report on Tuesday 23 February. The Royal Bank of Canada reiterated a “sector performance” rating on shares of Société Générale Société anonyme in a research note on Thursday, February 18. To finish, Zacks investment research upgraded Société Générale Société anonyme from a “hold” rating to a “buy” rating and set a price target of $ 5.75 for the company in a research note on Wednesday March 17th. Four investment analysts rated the stock with a sustaining rating and two gave the company’s stock a buy rating. Société Générale Société anonyme currently has a consensus rating of “Hold” and an average price target of $ 5.75.
Actions of OTCMKTS SCGLY open for $ 5.40 on Mondays. Société Générale Société anonyme has a 12-month minimum of $ 2.47 and a 12-month maximum of $ 5.54. The company’s fifty-day moving average is $ 5.24 and its 200-day moving average is $ 4.17. The stock has a market cap of $ 23.02 billion, a price / earnings ratio of -41.50, a P / E / G ratio of 3.22, and a beta of 1.57. The company has a quick ratio of 1.46, a current ratio of 1.46 and a debt ratio of 4.20. Société Générale Société anonyme (OTCMKTS: SCGLY) last published its results on Wednesday 10 February. The financial services provider reported EPS of $ 0.13 for the quarter, beating the Thomson Reuters consensus estimate of $ 0.08 by $ 0.05. Société Générale Société anonyme had a negative net margin of 0.08% and a positive return on equity of 2.13%. The company posted revenue of $ 6.96 billion in the quarter, compared to $ 6.97 billion expected by analysts.
Company profile Société Générale Société anonyme
Société Générale Société anonyme provides financial services in Europe, the Americas, Asia, Oceania, Africa and France. The company offers retail banking services, including deposit and loan, vehicle and asset management, corporate finance, insurance, payments, investment, and online brokerage and brokerage services. ‘financial informations; Internet, mobile, telephone and service platforms; and online banking for individuals and professionals, businesses, associations and local authorities under the Societe Generale, Crédit du Nord and Boursorama Banque brands.
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