Shares of Stericycle, Inc. (SRCL) have traded between $40.07 – 66.6. The next earnings date is set for Feb 27, 2020. Let’s see how its prospects are shaping up.

What does Stericycle, Inc.(SRCL) do?

Stericycle, Inc. engages in the provision of waste management services. It operates through the following segments: Domestic and Canada Regulated Waste and Compliance Services (“RCS”); International RCS; and Domestic CRS. The Domestic and Canada RCS segment manages medical and pharmaceutical waste disposal, hazardous wastes, and unused and expired inventory. The International RCS segment includes patient transport services. The Domestic Communication and Related Services segment consists of inbound/outbound communication, automated patient reminders, online scheduling, notifications, product retrievals, product returns, and quality audits. The company was founded in March 1989 and is headquartered in Lake Forest, IL.

SRCL Insider Trading Insight

On 2019-10-31, Ginnetti Daniel EVP International sold 6,000 shares of SRCL. That represents a value of $9,943. Not to be outdone, on 2019-04-08, Miller Mark C S – Sale+OE sold260,314 shares of SRCL. These insiders are clearly in the know because they work closely with the company.

The MGRC Consensus Price Target

The mean recommendation of McGrath RentCorp from top Wall Street analysts is a Moderate Buy. That is based on 1 analysts who work on the Street. Based on 1 analyst offering 12 month price targets for Mcgrath Rentcorp in the last 3 months. The average price target is $90.00 with a high forecast of $90.00 and a low forecast of $90.00. The average price target represents a 15.34% increase from the last price of $78.03. Last week, several articles were published in financial papers about MGRC and 36% Bearish while 64% Bullish.

MGRC Intraday Trading

MGRC is due to report earnings on Feb 25, 2020. In the last year the price has ranged from 48.21 – 81. Recently, Zech Ronald H sold 4,000 shares of MGRC. He is a $117,637 shareholder in MGRC.

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