Royal Mail Plc (ROYMF) Stock Forecast & Predictions

Royal Mail plc ROYMF: $6.7

100 Victoria Embankment, London, Greater, GB. | Sector: Transportation | Exchange: US OTC | Web: http://royalmailgroup.com/

  • Market Cap$6.70B
  • Change (52 Weeks)375.18%
  • Low (52 Weeks)$1.8
  • Royal Mail Plc (ROYMF) Stock Forecast By Analysts


    Strong Buy
    Analysts Recommendations for Royal Mail Plc (ROYMF) is based on 23 Institutional Analyst Ratings where 47.83% are on Strong Buy, 21.74% on Moderate Buy, 30.43% remains on Hold, 0.00% are on Moderate Sell and 0.00% are on Strong Sell.

    Out of 23 Institutional Analysts, majority recommended ROYMF stock as Strong Buy. Since most investors and traders follow analyst ratings closely, this can be a potentially driving factor for the future stock price of Royal Mail Plc.

    Royal Mail Plc (ROYMF) Stock Forecasts By Institutional Analysts


    Analyst
    Recommendation
    Action
    CitigroupBuyReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    Deutsche BankBuyReiterated
    CitigroupBuyReiterated
    Berenberg BankHoldReiterated
    CitigroupBuyReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    Deutsche BankBuyUpgraded
    Liberum CapitalHoldUpgraded
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    Liberum CapitalSellReiterated
    BarclaysOverweightReiterated
    Bank of AmericaNeutralReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveNeutralUpgraded
    Liberum CapitalSellReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveUnderweightReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    Berenberg BankSellReiterated
    CitigroupBuyUpgraded
    Deutsche BankSellReiterated
    Berenberg BankSellReiterated
    Berenberg BankSellDowngraded
    JP Morgan CazenoveUnderweightReiterated
    Berenberg BankHoldReiterated
    Deutsche BankSellReiterated
    BarclaysOverweightReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveNeutralReiterated
    RBC Capital MarketsSector PerformReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveNeutralReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveNeutralReiterated
    Liberum CapitalHoldReiterated
    Berenberg BankHoldReiterated
    Liberum CapitalHoldUpgraded
    Liberum CapitalSellReiterated
    Berenberg BankHoldReiterated
    Berenberg BankHoldUpgraded
    JP Morgan CazenoveUnderweightReiterated
    UBSNeutralReiterated
    Berenberg BankSellReiterated
    BarclaysOverweightReiterated
    Deutsche BankSellReiterated
    RBC CapitalSector PerformUpgraded
    RBC Capital MarketsSector PerformUpgraded
    RBC Capital MarketsUnderperformDowngraded
    HSBCHoldDowngraded
    Berenberg BankSellReiterated
    CitigroupSellReiterated
    Liberum CapitalSellReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveUnderweightReiterated
    RBC Capital MarketsSector PerformReiterated
    Liberum CapitalSellReiterated
    RBC Capital MarketsSector PerformUpgraded
    JefferiesUnderperformReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveNeutralDowngraded
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    HSBCBuyReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    JefferiesUnderperformReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformDowngraded
    Berenberg BankHoldInitiated
    JefferiesUnderperformReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    BarclaysOverweightReiterated
    InvestecBuyReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    JefferiesUnderweightReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    BarclaysOverweightReiterated
    HSBCHoldReiterated
    JefferiesUnderperformReiterated
    Credit SuisseNeutralReiterated
    Credit SuisseNeutralReiterated
    HSBCHoldReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    JefferiesUnderperformReiterated
    JefferiesUnderperformReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    Goldman SachsNeutralReiterated
    RBC Capital MarketsSector PerformReiterated
    Deutsche BankHoldReiterated
    finnCapBuyReiterated
    Goldman SachsNeutralDowngraded
    RBC Capital MarketsSector PerformReiterated
    JefferiesUnderperformReiterated
    Credit SuisseNeutralReiterated
    JefferiesUnderperformReiterated
    CitigroupNeutralReiterated
    RBC Capital MarketsSector PerformUpgraded
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    JefferiesUnderperformReiterated
    Credit SuisseNeutralReiterated
    UBSNeutralReiterated
    InvestecBuyReiterated
    JefferiesUnderperformReiterated
    BarclaysOverweightReiterated
    Goldman SachsBuyReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    Deutsche BankHoldReiterated
    InvestecBuyReiterated
    Liberum CapitalSellInitiated
    Morgan StanleyUnderweightReiterated
    UBSNeutralReiterated
    RBC Capital MarketsUnderperformReiterated
    InvestecBuyReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    UBSNeutralReiterated
    Panmure GordonHoldReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    Goldman SachsBuyReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    UBSUnderperformReiterated
    InvestecBuyReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    Credit SuisseStrong SellReiterated
    Panmure GordonHoldReiterated
    InvestecBuyReiterated
    Charles StanleyReduceDowngraded
    Berenberg BankBuyReiterated
    Goldman SachsBuyReiterated
    UBSNeutralReiterated
    InvestecBuyReiterated
    Berenberg BankBuyReiterated
    RBC Capital MarketsUnderperformReiterated
    Bank of AmericaBuyReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    JefferiesUnderperformReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    Cantor FitzgeraldHoldUpgraded
    Panmure GordonHoldReiterated
    InvestecBuyUpgraded
    JP Morgan CazenoveNeutralReiterated
    JefferiesUnderperformReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    DavyUnderperformInitiated
    UBSNeutralReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    Berenberg BankBuyReiterated
    Shore CapitalBuyReiterated
    InvestecReduceReiterated
    Charles StanleyHoldReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    Shore CapitalBuyReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    Deutsche BankHoldReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    Panmure GordonHoldReiterated
    JefferiesUnderperformReiterated
    InvestecReduceDowngraded
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    Deutsche BankHoldReiterated
    Charles StanleyHoldReiterated
    Berenberg BankBuyReiterated
    Beaufort SecuritiesBuyReiterated
    BarclaysEqual-weightReiterated
    Shore CapitalBuyReiterated
    Panmure GordonHoldReiterated
    Cantor FitzgeraldSellReiterated
    NomuraReduceReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    Cantor FitzgeraldSellReiterated
    Morgan StanleyEqual-weightUpgraded
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    Deutsche BankHoldReiterated
    Espirito Santo SecuritiesNeutralReiterated
    Panmure GordonHoldReiterated
    InvestecHoldReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    Deutsche BankHoldReiterated
    Beaufort SecuritiesBuyUpgraded
    Espirito Santo SecuritiesNeutralReiterated
    JefferiesUnderperformInitiated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    Espirito Santo SecuritiesNeutralReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    CitigroupNeutralUpgraded
    BarclaysEqual-weightReiterated
    InvestecHoldReiterated
    Espirito Santo SecuritiesNeutralDowngraded
    Berenberg BankBuyReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    Berenberg BankBuyInitiated
    Espirito Santo SecuritiesBuyReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    Deutsche BankHoldInitiated
    NomuraReduceReiterated
    RBC Capital MarketsOutperformUpgraded
    UBSSellReiterated
    InvestecHoldReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformReiterated
    BarclaysEqual-weightReiterated
    Seymour PierceSellReiterated
    HSBCOverweightInitiated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    Credit SuisseUnderperformInitiated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightReiterated
    CitigroupSellInitiated
    BarclaysEqual-weightReiterated
    JP Morgan CazenoveOverweightInitiated
    Seymour PierceSellReiterated
    Seymour PierceSellInitiated
    UBSSellReiterated
    Espirito Santo SecuritiesBuyReiterated
    NomuraReduceDowngraded
    Panmure GordonBuyReiterated
    NomuraNeutralInitiated
    InvestecHoldReiterated
    UBSSellInitiated
    BarclaysEqual-weightInitiated

    Royal Mail Plc (ROYMF) Stock Earning Per Share (EPS) Forecast / Estimate


    $0.511
    The average consensus EPS for ROYMF is $0.511 with a high estimate of $0.521 and Low of $0.486 for the period 2021-03-31 and based on 5 Institutional Analysts.

    Last Quarter


    Actual
    Estimate
    Date
    $0.004$-0.064892020-09-30


    The latest average Earning Per Share Estimate for Royal Mail Plc is $0.51, which is higher than ROYMF's last EPS, $0.00. This means that Analysts are expecting Royal Mail Plc to report higher earnings. This can drive share prices higher since the investors have positive sentiment about market performance of Royal Mail Plc.

    Earning Per Share (EPS) History


    Actual
    Estimate
    Date
    $0.004$-0.064892020-09-30
    $0.085$0.0973352020-03-31
    $0.111$0.075499000000000012019-09-30
    $0.169$0.1912712019-03-31
    $0.136$0.17144352018-09-30
    $0.252$0.22253152018-03-31
    $0.2$0.174138700999999982017-09-30
    $0.231$0.23870252016-03-31

    What is Analyst Ratings & Price Targets?

    The analysts provide Buy, Sell or Hold ratings after extensive research of a companies financial reports, listening to conference calls and some of them even get in contact with upper management of the company to get an overall picture of operation.

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    What is Earnings Per Share (EPS) and Why is it Important?

    EPS, or Earning Per Share, can tell a lot about a stock’s performance. It’s calculated by dividing a company’s profit by the number of outstanding shares of its common stocks.

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    If a company reports higher EPS surprises consistently, analysts keep raising their estimates, traders become more confident in the company, driving the share price higher.

    What is Stock Sentiment?

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