Macquarie rated the Royal Bank of Canada (NYSE:RY)’s stock as an Outperform in a research note published on Wednesday, December 12th, 2018. Other Wall Street experts have also recently posted reports on these shares. TD Securities gave the stock a Buy rating in a research note from Monday, December 10th, 2018. Scotia Howard Weil rated the stock as a Sector Outperform in a research note dated Monday, September 10th, 2018.
At the moment, there are a total of 6 analysts who cover Royal Bank of Canada (NYSE:RY) stock. Among that group, 1 of them gave BUY ratings, 4 of them rated the stock as OUTPERFORM, 1 recommended it as HOLD, 0 set the rating at UNDERPERFORM and 0 rated it as a SELL. Looking at the big picture from the data above, the average analyst rating for Royal Bank of Canada is 2.20.
The company, which is valued at $111.61B, last published its earnings results on Friday, 02/22/2019 for the quarter that ended in Jan-19. The business posted revenue of $11,589.00 million for the three-month period, above $1029.5 million, compared to analysts’ forecasts of $10,559.50 million with a surprise factor of 9.75%. The organization posted $2.18 earnings per share (EPS) for the three-month period, surpassing the Thomson Reuter’s analyst consensus estimate of $2.19 by -$0.0099999999999998– amounting to a surprise factor of 0.42%.
At times, the stock market can get highly confusing – even for some of the most experienced traders. Even when the result is what you had expected, the market might suddenly decide to make an opposing movement. This can spark a great deal of doubt and second-guessing. Keeping tabs on historical price performance, as well as both long-term and short-term trends, can be very useful. Over the past 7 days, Royal Bank of Canada (NYSE:RY) stock has increased in price by 0.14%. Looking backwards over the past quarter, these shares have gained 10.19%. Turning to look at the last 6 months, this stock has dropped 1.80% to its price. Since the beginning of the calendar year, this stock has moved down by 2.51%.
Now let’s examine some potential support and resistance levels for this particular stock. Following a recent spotcheck, the public organization Royal Bank of Canada (NYSE:RY) has been observed as trading -1.52% away from its 90-day high price. Taking a look at the other side of things, this stock has been trading +17.61% away from its 90-day low. Moving to a broader perspective, this stock has recently been trading -5.17% away from its 52-week high and +17.61% away from its 52-week low price.
Regular shareholders want to find out how lucrative the capital that they’ve invested into a business has become. This particular public company has given a ROE of 17.00%. The lower the ROE, the worse a business is at generating profits. The Return on Assets (ROA) ratio, on the other hand, shows how profitable an organization is relative to its total assets owned. This company’s ROA is currently 0.90%. A business that is good at managing their assets will show a higher return, whereas if they poorly manage their assets the return will be low. This public organizations Return on Investment (ROI) is 16.20%. A percentage that’s positive means that profits exceed costs – so analysts consider the investment as a net gain. A negative result, however, indicates that costs outweigh profits – wo analysts would view it as a net loss.
Now let’s look at this public company’s trading volatility. Its 1-Week Volatility currently stands at 0.88%, while its Month Volatility is 0.90%. This stock’s ATR (Average True Range) is currently 0.73, and its beta factor is currently 1.09. Volatility demonstrates how much the stock will dive or rise if the wider market suffers or surges. A stock that has a beta score higher than 1 means that volatility is high, while less than 1 means that volatility is low.
Royal Bank of Canada (NYSE:RY) stock jumped $0.43 higher during the regular trading session on Wednesday, hitting $77.34. This organization’s stock showed a trading volume of 1.87 million shares, compared to its average daily volume of 881.26K shares.