Should You Avoid Deutsche Post AG ADR(DPSGY), BAE Systems PLC (BAESY), and Cache Inc(CACH)?
New York, NY – GDP INSIDER – 12/08/2014.
This article discusses three companies: Deutsche Post AG ADR(DPSGY), BAE Systems PLC (BAESY), and Cache Inc(CACH)
Deutsche Post AG ADR(DPSGY) has traded within a range of $27.95 to $39.15 over the past 52 weeks, yet finished Friday’s trading at a closing price of $33.24 after a 1.74% boost of fifty-seven cents. Its current closing price indicates that the stock’s value is relatively stable. Deutsche Post AG has a market capitalization of $40.21 billion and a price to earnings ratio (TTM) of $15.43. The company also has a price to earnings ratio (TTM) of $2.15.
BAE Systems PLC(BAESY) had a trading volume of 0.123 Friday, which is 0.006 million lower than the company’s three month average volume of 0.129 million. The company has a market capitalization of $23.48 billion and a price to earnings ratio of $82.50. BAE Systems PLC also has an earnings per share (TTM) of $0.36. Although the stock lost twenty-nine cents to finish Friday at a closing price of $30.03, the company does have a one-year target estimate of $32.06.
Cache Inc(CACH) finished Friday’s trading at a closing price of $0.19 after a 26.66% loss of seven cents. This figure represents a new 52 week low for the company that once traded for as much as $6.17 during the one-year period. Cache Inc. could soon rebound, however, as the stock has a one-year target estimate of $1.30. That being said, the company, which has a market capitalization of $5.82 million, has an earnings per share (TTM) of $–1.52.
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