Home / FINANCIAL NEWS / Prosiebensat 1 Financial News Target Price Forecasted at €35.00 by S&P Global

Prosiebensat 1 Financial News Target Price Forecasted at €35.00 by S&P Global




S&P Global fixed a €35.00 ($41.67) target price on Prosiebensat 1 press (ETR:PSM) in a study published to clients on Tue, Aug 29th. Analysts have a buy recommendation on the company shares.

Prosiebensat 1 press (PSM) declined 0.416% throughout intraday market trading on early Tue, topping €27.983. the share had a trading volume of 10,129 Stocks. Prosiebensat 1 press has a 1 year low of €27.32 and a 1 year high of €41.89. Company has a valuation of €6.40 B and a price to earnings ratio of 14.932. the company has 50 Day SMA of €31.91 along with a 200 – day SMA of €36.62.

Many brokerage firm analysts lately commented on PSM. UBS AG fixed a €37.00 ($44.05) price objective on the stock of Prosiebensat 1 press and issued the company a neutral recommendation in a study on Saturday, May 20th. Independent analysis GmbH fixed a €48.00 ($57.14) price objective on the stock of Prosiebensat 1 press and issued the company a buy recommendation in a note on Saturday, May 20th. Societe Generale fixed a €44.00 ($52.38) price objective on the stock of Prosiebensat 1 press and issued the company a buy recommendation in a note on Saturday, May 20th. BNP Paribas fixed a €46.00 ($54.76) price objective on the stock of Prosiebensat 1 press and issued the company a buy recommendation in a note on Saturday, May 20th. Lastly, Oddo Securities fixed a €40.00 ($47.62) price objective on the stock of Prosiebensat 1 press and issued the company a neutral recommendation in a study on Saturday, May 20th. Two Brokerage firms have recommended the share with a sell recommendation, twelve have issued a hold recommendation and nine have published a buy recommendation to the firms shares. the share has a consensus rating of Hold and an average price target of €35.27 ($41.99).




Check Also

Criticizing Bitcoin Could Backfire

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is facing market abuse reports from algorithmic liquidity provider Blockswater, according …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

11 + 11 =