Shares of Ryder System, Inc. (R) have traded between $44.91 – 67.66. The next earnings date is set for Feb 13, 2020. Let’s see how its prospects are shaping up.
What does Ryder System, Inc.(R) do?
Ryder System, Inc. engages in the business of transportation and supply chain management solutions. It operates through the following segments: Fleet Management Solutions, Dedicated Transportation Solutions, and Supply Chain Solutions. The Fleet Management Solutions segment provides full service leasing, commercial rental, contract maintenance, and contract related maintenance of trucks, tractors, and trailers. The Dedicated Transportation Solutions segment includes vehicles and drivers as part of a dedicated transportation solution. The Supply Chain Solutions segment offers comprehensive supply chain consulting solutions including distribution and transportation services. The company was founded by James A. Ryder in 1933 and is headquartered in Miami, FL.
R Insider Trading Insight
On 2019-11-07, Smith E Follin Dir purchased 1,831 shares of R. That represents a value of $31,586. Not to be outdone, on 2019-08-27, Nieto Luis P Jr S – Sale sold2,293 shares of R. These insiders are clearly in the know because they work closely with the company.
The GNL Consensus Price Target
The mean recommendation of Global Net Lease, Inc. from top Wall Street analysts is a Moderate Buy. That is based on 2 analysts who work on the Street. Based on 2 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Global Net Lease in the last 3 months. The average price target is $22.75 with a high forecast of $24.00 and a low forecast of $21.50. The average price target represents a 11.90% increase from the last price of $20.33. Last week, several articles were published in financial papers about GNL and 37% Bearish while 63% Bullish.
GNL Intraday Trading
GNL is due to report earnings on Feb 26, 2020. In the last year the price has ranged from 17.63 – 20.7. Recently, Nelson James Larry purchased 6,000 shares of GNL. He is a $110,430 shareholder in GNL.
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