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Why you should put everything on the stock: Regions Financial Corporation (NYSE:RF)

Regions Financial Corporation (NYSE:RF), ended its previous trading session at $15.11 showing a gain of 0.199999999999999 or 1.34 percent with respect to the price of $14.91 when stock market opened. The company traded 10.22 Million shares over the course of the trading day. Giving the average volume of 11.17 Million over the course of 3 consecutive months. Which signifies a pretty good change over the time with its shares outstanding of 1.01 Billion.

Regions Financial Corporation (NYSE:RF) is currently trading lower than its price target which is set to $17.09 by the analyst. The stock is -19.52% Below its 1-Year High which is $18.77. RF has a difference of 21.95% from its 1 year low which stands at $12.39. The company is currently rated by analyst who are keeping a close eye on the stock as 2.5. Where 1 means Buy, 2.5 meaning Hold and 5 as Sell.

Regions Financial Corporation (NYSE:RF) Performance Snapshot

The stock performed exceptionally good in the previous week which depicts an increase of -0.79 percent in the shares price. The company subtracted about -6.96% in its share price over 1-Month. While taking about the performance of the stock over 1-year interval is -18.72 Percent. RF currently shows 12.93% as its year to date performance.

Regions Financial Corporation (NYSE:RF) Price Insight

The stock needs to grow about $1.98 to reach its price target. In order to seek the stock’s directional movements, 20-Days, 50 Days and 200-Days moving averages are -4.29%, 0.35% and 0.58 percent respectively. The stock trades about 1.43 percent of its Float giving its total shares Outstanding are 1.01 Billion. RF lost about -0.66 percent in 6 months showing its Average True Range of 0.39. The company currently has a RSI and Beta of 45.01 and 1.57.

While talking about Regions Financial Corporation (NYSE:RF) valuation ratios, the stock trades with a P/S and P/B of 3.29 and 1 which is significantly better and attractive as compared to its peers.