For a short-term investment strategy, the company has poor fundamentals.
The current area is a good opportunity for investors interested in buying the stock in a mid or long-term perspective. Indeed, the share is moving closer to its lower bound at EUR 3.65 EUR in weekly data.
The company is in a robust financial situation considering its net cash and margin position.
Historically, the company has been releasing figures that are above expectations.
The company has attractive valuation levels with a low EV/sales ratio compared with its peers.
This company will be of major interest to investors in search of a high dividend stock.
For the last week, the earnings per share forecast has been revised upwards. According to recent estimates, analysts give a positive overview of the stock
Analysts have a positive opinion on this stock. Average consensus recommends overweighting or purchasing the stock.
The average target price set by analysts covering the stock is above current prices and offers a tremendous appreciation potential.
According to Thomson-Reuters' forecast, revenue growth prospects are expected to be very low for the next fiscal years.
Sales estimates for the next fiscal years vary from one analyst to another. This clearly highlights a lack of visibility into the company's future activity.
The company's sales previsions for the coming years have been revised downwards, which foreshadows another slowdown in business.
For the last twelve months, sales expectations have been significantly downgraded, which means that less important sales volumes are expected for the current fiscal year over the previous period.
For the last four months, earnings estimated by analysts have been revised downwards with respect to the next two years.
For the last 12 months, analysts have been regularly downgrading their EPS expectations. Analysts predict worse results for the company against their predictions a year ago.
Below the resistance at 4.81 EUR, the stock shows a negative configuration when looking looking at the weekly chart.