On May 10th, Brookfield Asset Management (NYSE:BAM) (TSE:BAM.A) is set to reveal its first quarterly earnings for the year. According to analysts’ predictions, the firm could expect $0.33 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter. Prospective audience members who wish to join the company’s earnings conference call can register through a link provided by Brookfield Asset Management.
Additionally, on March 28th, Director Multi-Strategy Mast Brookfield sold 24,744 shares of the stock at $11.96 per share, resulting in a transaction worth $295,938.24. Following this sale, Mast Brookfield now owns direct shares of 21,104,923 worth about $252,414,879.08. As outlined in a document filed with SEC that you may access through this hyperlink, insiders own 11% of the stock.
Previously announced by the corporation was a payment of its quarterly dividends on March 31st to its registered stockholders as of February 28th. Shareholders who owned reporting stocks received $0.32 per share dividend yield representing an annualized dividend payout ratio of $1.28 and a dividend yield estimated at 3.96%. The ex-dividend date for the release was February 27th which marked an increase from Brookfield Asset Management’s past quarterly dividends which paid out $0.l4 per share in previous periods.
Brookfield Asset Management boasts assets focused on energy transition infrastructure development and real estate development across various industries worldwide from hospitality management to retail and office space building management services. The firm manages investments either independently or collaboratively with other large companies worldwide and can be reached via their website brookfield.com.
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Brookfield Asset Management’s Earnings Report Exceeds Expectations, Gains Attention from Analysts and Investors
Brookfield Asset Management (BAM) is currently one of the most talked-about financial services providers in the industry. The company’s recent earnings report, released on February 8th, revealed an earnings per share of $0.31 for the quarter, outperforming the consensus estimate by $0.01. During the same period, their revenues reached $958.10 million, which exceeded analysts’ expectations of $21.81 billion.
BAM has a market capitalization of $13.32 billion, and its stock has a PE ratio standing at 20.19. It opened at $32.30 on May 3rd, 2023 with a 12-month low of $26.76 and a high of $36.50 over that year.
Following this dramatic revenue growth and figure-beating performance, various research analysts have focused their attention on BAM’s prospects for future success.
StockNews.com began covering Brookfield’s shares on March 16th with a “hold” rating while Keefe Bruyette & Woods downgraded them to “underperform” on April 18th.
In contrast to this less optimistic news, Royal Bank of Canada reissued an “outperform” rating for BAM and predicted that it would reach a price target of up to $40 per share—speaking directly to the value held by investors in ownership stakes of this developing firm.
And finally, JPMorgan Chase & Co’s analysts raised their price target from $35 per share all the way up to $39 due to Brookfield Asset Management’s impressive performance over time under different business scenarios.
Currently rated as possessing “Moderate Buy” status according to Bloomberg.com’s review summary page with an average suggested price target standing at approximately “$43.57”, it is clear that Brookfield Asset Management holds strong promise for investors today or those who may be considering investing in its future success story as we head into a new era of investment and innovation.