YHOO Stock: Stocks of Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) shows active performance, knocked down -0.17% to trade at $46.29as The stock got a shaky start early morning on analyst’s remarks. Following the EPS trend, pool of analysts gave current quarter Per-Share Earnings estimates trends of $0.14 for the YHOO while maintaining high price target of 57 and average of 47.24, as declared by WSJ.

For the next year first quarter, analysts predicted EPS estimates trend of $0.14 which would leave an impact on the stock performance in coming months. In the ratings chart, 2 analysts gave ratings of underweight for the previous quarter. In addition, for the current month 18 analysts gave ratings for hold as compared to last month 18 analysts stood in same position. The overall pool of consensus ranking was for Overweight in current month as it was Overweight security in previous month. The Company showed a negative -4.10% in the net profit margin and in addition to its operating margin, which remained -12.50%.

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Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:EA) luring passive investments, as shares surged 0.67% ended at $91.51 as the stock held volume of 3.2 Million as compared to average daily volume of 2656.88. Finally, we can see dark clouds emerging over EA. For the current estimate trends of EPS, pool recommendation was $0.75 and for one month was $0.76. As earning per share serves as an indicator for company’s profitability, analyst have given their estimate trends for the next year with quarterly estimate of $0.20. For annual bases, the firm attains $3.83 per-share earnings for FY 2016 trends against $4.17 for fiscal year 2017 Trends, views extracted from WSJ.

To view the price target ranked by analysts, EA attains high-level price target of 110 while lower level target was 75, it can be use an indication to know how much worth stock has stored in it. The stock was rated ‘Hold’ by 6 analysts in current phase, 3 analysts rated at ‘Overweight’. For conclusion, consensus ranking came to stand at Overweight.

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