TEGNA Inc. (NYSE:TGNA) currently has a “Buy” signals on Composite indicators by TrendSpotter. While the Short-Term Technical Indicators for the stock on 7-Day Average Directional Indicator shows “Buy” signal. 10 – 8 Day Moving Average Hilo Channel shows “Buy” signal. While 20-Day Moving Average VS Current Price shows “Buy” Signal.
TEGNA Inc. (NYSE:TGNA) lost -1.39 Percent and closed its previous trading session at $12.05. The stock traded with the average Volume of 2.43 Million at the end of last session.
TEGNA Inc. (NYSE:TGNA) has the Market Capitalization of 2.61 Billion. The Stock has its 52-week High of $15.60 and 52-Week Low of $10.00 and it touched its 52-week high on 01/26/18 and 52-Week Low on 05/04/18
The company reported its last earnings Actual EPS of $0.33/share. While, the analyst predicted that the company could provide an EPS of $0.3/share. Hence the difference between Predicted EPS and Actual EPS reported is $0.03/share which shows an Earnings Surprise of 10 Percent.
Sell side analysts plays vital role in buying and selling a stock where 4 analysts rated TEGNA Inc. (NYSE:TGNA) as Buy, 0 analysts given Outperform signal, 1 reported Hold, and 0 analysts rated the stock as Sell.
The stock’s current distance from 20-Day Simple Moving Average (SMA20) is 5.59% where SMA50 and SMA200 are 10.14% and -3.52% respectively.
The company shows its Return on Assets (ROA) value of 5.2%. The Return on Equity (ROE) value stands at 32%. While it’s Return on Investment (ROI) value is 10.7%.
TEGNA Inc. (NYSE:TGNA) currently has a Weekly Volatility of 4.08% percent while its Monthly Volatility is at 3.57% percent. While talking about Performance of the Stock, TEGNA Inc. currently has a Weekly performance of 5.98%, monthly performance percentage is 8.75 percent, Quarterly performance is 12.41 percent, 6 months performance shows a percent value of -19.02% and Yearly Performance is -16.2 percent.
TEGNA is a media company which consists of 47 television stations operating in 39 markets offering high-quality television programming and digital content. The primary sources of their revenues are: 1) advertising & marketing services revenues, which include local and national non-political advertising, digital marketing services (including Premion), and advertising on the stations, websites and tablet and mobile products; 2) political advertising revenues, which are driven by even year election cycles at the local and national level and particularly in the second half of those years; 3) subscription revenues, reflecting fees paid by satellite, cable, OTT (companies that deliver video content to consumers over the Internet) and telecommunications providers to carry their television signals on their systems; and 4) other services, such as production of programming from third parties and production of advertising material.