Heidrick & Struggles International, Inc. (NASDAQ:HSII) tinted gains of +0.4% (+0.15 points) to US$37.7. The volume of 0.13 Million shares climbed down over an trading activity of 160.48 Million shares. EPS ratio determined by looking at last 12 month figures is -0.84. Over the same time span, the stock marked US$39.73 as its best level and the lowest price reached was US$17.9. The corporation has a market cap of US$720.07 Million.
Heidrick & Struggles International, Inc. (NASDAQ:HSII)’s earnings per share has been growing at a -42.4 percent rate over the past 5 year when average revenue increase was noted as 6.6 percent. The return on equity ratio or ROE stands at -16.7 percent while most common profitability ratio return on investment (ROI) was -10.3 percent. The company’s institutional ownership is monitored at 88.5 percent. The company’s net profit margin has achieved the current level of -5.9 percent and possesses 97.1 percent gross margin.
Daily Analyst Recommendations
A number of key analysts, polled by FactSet, shared their views about the current stock momentum. The forecast of 0 surveyed investment analysts covering the stock advises investors to Buy stake in the company. At present, 0 analysts call it Sell, while 2 think it is Hold. Recently, analysts have updated the overall rating to 2.67. 1 analysts recommended Overweight these shares while 0 recommended Underweight, according to FactSet data.
Cadiz Inc. (NASDAQ:CDZI) is worth US$301.27 Million and has recently risen 0.4% to US$12.6. The latest exchange of 0.15 Million shares is below its average trading activity of 171.63 Million shares. The day began at US$0 but the price moved to US$12.6 at one point during the trading and finally capitulating to a session high of US$12.6. The stock tapped a 52-week high of US$14.75 while the mean 12-month price target for the shares is US$17.5.
Currently, the stock carries a price to earnings ratio of 0, a price to book ratio of 0, and a price to sales ratio of 753.17. For the past 5 years, the company’s revenue has grown 3.8%, while the company’s earnings per share has grown 35.5%. With an institutional ownership near 78.8%, it carries an earnings per share ratio of -0.09.