All eyes will be on Gray Television, Inc. (NYSE:GTN) when the organization posts quarterly report, which is anticipated to be shown this afternoon. Experts on a consensus basis are supposing the firm to report EPS of $0.49 for the quarter.
In weighing to last quarter, Gray Television, Inc. posted EPS of $0.26 for the period ended on 2016-09-30. Investors will pay attention to the likely EPS performance to the achieved EPS. If the posted figure largely differs from the given estimate, then instability in the stock price can be recorded.
Last quarter the organization saw a surprise element of -36.59. Before the report release, the standard deviation for EPS evaluations was 0.03. Now studying what research firms interim goal is on the stock, the consensus price target for Gray Television, Inc. (NYSE:GTN) is at $15.
There are 1 analysts that participate to acquire the Zacks consensus mark. The bearish price target is $15 and the bullish target is $15. Gray Television, Inc. (NYSE:GTN) has an ABR of 1. Investors can always refer to it and then go on to make their calls on investments.
This is presented on a 1-5 measure where 1 would create a strong buy call and 5 would create a strong sell rating. The assessment is based on the average of 1 brokers joined in Zacks poll. A quarter earlier, it was 1.
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