Investors at Trevali Mining Corp (TSXV:$TV) can expect an EPS of $0.02 per share according to a Tuesday report from Cormark’s equities research analysts. Analyst S. Ioannou stated that the $0.02 forecast was an increase of $0.01 over their previous forecast.
Trevali is a Canadian natural resource company that specializes in exploration, development, production, and acquisition of mineral properties. Their list of operating sites includes four in Canada and currently one in Peru.
Trevali opened Thursday trading with a price of $1.46. It has a market cap of $590.05 million and a PE Ratio of 50.34. The company also has a 52 week high and a 52 week low of $1.60 and $0.90 respectively. They also had a 50 and 200-day moving average of $1.39 and $1.26 respectively.
Other companies have noted Trevali recently as well;
- TD Securities, in a report from June 2nd, began coverage of the company with a ‘Buy’ rating and a target price of C$1.90.
- Scotiabank reiterated an ‘Outperform’ rating on September 12, setting a $2.00 target price.
- Also on September 12, Raymond James Financial, Inc. (NYSE:$RJF) gave the stock an ‘Outperform’ rating and increased their target price from C$1.80 to C$2.00.
- BMO Capital Markets reported on September 14th a rating of ‘Outperform’ and a target price of C$2.10, an increase from their previous forecast of C$2.00.
In other news, on September 1st, insider Anna Man-Yue Ladd sold 100,000 shares at an average price of C$1.51 for the value of C$151,000.00.
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