Petroleo Brasileiro SA – Petrobras (PBR) traded 26,628,634 shares on hand during the last trading session and observed an average volume with 28,045.94K shares. The action recognized an active focus on equities during the current trading session. PBR disclosed a 5.32% change and the value of its stock listed at $ 10.29 during the recent trade transaction. This company is owned by Brazil Country and is part of the energy sector. It has a market capitalization of $ 67,268.1M. Use market capitalization to display company size as it is a basic factor of different characteristics to develop investor interests including risk.
PBR reported a weekly performance of 0.00% and an annual performance of 10.05%. The stock has risen to 7.75% in the past six months and held steady for the month at -3.92%. The stock has been performing year-to-date at -8.37% and has traded around -5.51% in the past three months. The stock price was -16.88% from the 52 week high and the stock price was 45.75% when looking at the 52 week low.
According to data provided by FINVIZ, the current analyst consensus rating is assumed to be 2.2 on the company’s shares (1.0 hard buy, 2.0 buy, 3.0 hold, 4.0 sell, 5.0 strong sale). Looking ahead to a 52 week period, the stock will hit a price of $ 13.34. This average target price is expected by analysts.
A simple moving average is one of the most flexible and commonly used technical analysis indicators. It is very popular among traders mainly because of its simplicity. It works best in a trendy environment. Simple moving average calculated as an average of the last N periods (20 days, 50 days, 200 days). -0.05%. The stock price is moving away from its 200-day moving average of 3.26%. Any type of moving average can be used to generate buy or sell signals and this process is very simple. The charting software plots the moving average as a line directly in the price chart.
Currently, the Relative Strength Index (RSI-14) for the stock is 52.54. The RSI reading varies between 0 and 100. The speed and change in the stock price movement is measured by the RSI Momentum Oscillator. J. Welles Wilder developed the Relative Strength Index (RSI) which is most often used as an indicator of momentum. Usually, when the RSI goes below 30, the stock is overloaded and the stock is overbought when it goes above 70. 30 to 70 is considered a normal reading of a stock. The general trend, looking for deviations and fault deviations can be detected using the RSI.
Volatility has remained at 3.36% over the past week and is showing volatility of 3.12% last month. Market risk established with market trade and measured by the beta factor. The beta indicator stands at 1.74. The risk is measured on the beta factor, if beta is greater than 1 then the risk is higher and if beta is less than 1 then the risk will be low. VOLATILITY is also measured by ATR, an exponential (14 day) moving average of the True Ranges. The ATR value is 0.38.
The company’s net profit margin is 34.30%, which shows that the company earns for every dollar it sells. The gross margin is detected at 45.30% and the operating margin is noted at 56.10%. The return on assets (ROA) shows that the company is profitable compared to its total assets which is 13.80%. The return on investment (ROI) is 8.00%. The return on equity (ROE) is 40.10%.