The company will disseminate the quarterly results report for K.E. (NYSE: BEKE) on Thursday, March 16, before the stock market’s opening.
According to the consensus of industry experts, the corporation ought to have generated revenue of $0.07 per share during the previous quarter. Follow the link provided here to participate in the earnings conference call for the company.
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On Thursday, the NYSE BEKE opened at $18.21 for the first round of trading.
The stock has been trading at $18.43 on its simple moving average for the past 50 days, and it has been trading at $16.21 on its simple moving average for the past 200 days. K.E. has reached its all-time high price of $21.08 and its all-time low price of $7.31.
The price-to-earnings ratio for the company is -52.03; the price-to-growth ratio for the company is 1.10; and the beta value for the company is -1.13.
The company is currently valued at $23.02 billion on the market.
The percentages of the company’s stock that significant investors own have undergone recent shifts due to recent transactions. 1832 Asset Management L.P.
Invested approximately $94,000 during the fourth quarter of 2018 to acquire a new position in K.E. Jefferies Financial Group INC spent the last three months of 2018 purchased a new stake in K.E. for close to 140,000 dollars. Vanguard Customized Indexing Management LLC increased its stake in K.E.
During the second quarter by purchasing additional company shares for a total expenditure of approximately 206,000 dollars.
During the first three months of this year, Envestnet Asset Management INC increased the percentage of King Energy Company’s owned stock by 16.9%.
After making an additional purchase of 1,779 shares during the most recent quarter, Envestnet Asset Management INC now has 12,299 shares, currently valued at $152,000.
This brings the total number of shares the company currently owns to 12,299; Our conversation comes to a close now that you know that CIBC Asset Management INC spent approximately 183,000 dollars during the fourth quarter to acquire a new stake in K.E.
Together, hedge funds and other institutional investors own a total of 40 percent of the company’s outstanding shares.
Beke has obtained responses to his questions and concerns from various research firms.
The report that Daiwa Capital Markets published on February 24 was the one in which they announced the beginning of their coverage of K.E. shares.
The stock now has a “buy” rating, previously held by another rating.
The rating for K.E. was upgraded from a “d” to a “c-” in a research note published on February 7 by The Street.
This improvement resulted in the rating being raised. JPMorgan Chase & Co announced, in a research note published on January 30, that after some time had passed, they would start covering K.E.
They gave the business an “overweight” rating, indicating that they see a bright future for it.
Eight different research experts concluded that it was in the investor’s best interest to purchase the stock.
The stock is presently rated as having a consensus “buy” recommendation, and the price objective has been rated as having a consensus value of $21.93, as reported by Bloomberg.
K.E. Holdings INC, through its subsidiary companies, manages an integrated platform in the People’s Republic of China for the conduct of housing transactions and the provision of housing-related services.
This platform is available offline in addition to being accessible online.
The company is organized into three distinct business segments: new house transaction services, emerging and other services, and existing home transaction services.