Staples, Inc. (NASDAQ:SPLS) closed its last session at $8.92 with the change of +0.79%. The market capitalization of the company is $5.76B with an average Volume of 9.72 million shares. The stock currently has its 52-Week High range of $15.65 and 52-week low range of $8.00. The Price to Book (P/B) ratio stands at 1.04. The stock traded total quantity of 6.48 million shares.
For the current Fiscal Quarter, 12 analysts have given an average earnings per share forecast of $0.12. The Low Earnings per share estimate of the current Quarter is $0.11 and High Estimate is set at $0.13 according to these Analysts opinions. The Previous Year EPS of this Quarter is $0.12.
According to 11 analysts, an average sales Estimate of the current Fiscal quarter is $4.78B. The lower sales estimate is $4.72B and higher sales estimate is $4.83B according to these Analysts thoughts.
The Company currently has Highest Price Target of $11 and Lowest Price Target of $8. It has Median Price Targets of $10. Mean price target is set at $9.64 after consensus analysis of 11 brokers.
When having look at Recommendation Trends of the analysts polled at Thomson First call, for the Current month 1 analysts have assigned this stock as Strong Buy where 0 assigned Buy, 15 analysts believe it’s a Hold, 0 said Underperform and 0 assigned Sell rating.
CBS Corporation (NYSE:CBS) ended its last trade at $57.53 with the move of +0.79%. The company has market value of $26.06B with the total traded volume of 3.1 million. The stock currently has its 52-Week top value of $57.89 and 52-week down value of $38.51. The price to book (P/B) ratio of the company is 4.73. Its previous closing price was recorded at $57.08.