Kellogg Company (NYSE:K) currently has an Average Broker Rating of 2.8. This number is based on the 15 sell-side firms polled by Zacks. The ABR rank within the industry stands at 81. Analysts on a consensus basis are expecting that the stock will reach $69.75 within the year.
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Research analysts are predicting that Kellogg Company (NYSE:K) will report earnings of $0.96 per share when the firm issues their next quarterly report. This is the consensus earnings per share number according to data from Zack’s Research.
Most recently Kellogg Company (NYSE:K) posted quarterly earnings of $1.05 which compared to the sell-side estimates of 0.93. The stock’s 12-month trailing earnings per share stands at $4. Shares have moved $12.19 over the past month and more recently, $3.8 over the past week heading into the earnings announcement. There are 9 analyst projections that were taken into consideration from respected brokerage firms.
Kellogg Company (NYSE:K) closed the last session at $67.54 and sees an average of 3566873.5 shares trade hands in each session. The 52-week low of the stock stands at $58.87 while the current level stands at 49.35% of the 52-week High-Low range. Looking further out we can see that the stock has moved -1.79% over the past 12 weeks and -8.37% year to date.
3 analysts rate Kellogg Company a Buy or Strong Buy, which is 20% of all the analyst ratings.
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