Analysts are expecting Baker Hughes Incorporated (NYSE:BHI) to report mean EPS of $0.84 for the quarter ending 2016-12-31. Financial report can come around 2017-01-26.
Baker Hughes Incorporated (NYSE:BHI) posted quarterly EPS of $-0.15 for the quarter ended 2016-09-30 on 2016-10-25. This number was $0.28 away from analysts figure, approving a variance of 65.12%. There are 22 analysts that have an assessed price mark for the subsequent year.
Target price as assumed by analysts is $61.318 for Baker Hughes Incorporated. The highest analyst target is $73 for next year. Bearish analyst target is $39 for the mentioned period. LTG average forecast is $8.5 on the stock. In the preceding quarter, LTG estimate was $8.5 on the entity.
Baker Hughes Incorporated shows a rating of 2.17. A rating of one brings promising outlook on the stock, and encourage shareholders to go ahead and invest in the stock. However, negative viewpoint is indicated by 5 rating. There are 22 calls that are accounted for attaining rating.
Equating analysts’ ratings systems is a tough task. Experts used discrete expressions as well as courses. The terms used by experts may have diverse implications. Such as, company ‘S’ may have assumed to positive recommendation as “Buy,” nonetheless it can have dissimilar understanding for company ‘T’. When company ‘T’ suggests a “Buy,” it displays that company ‘T’ prefer the equity, but not as strongly as that of company ‘S.’
One entity’s rating of “Underperform” might signal the equity to advance 10% slower when compared to growth pace of industry in 18-month period. This term for second research group might means it is not positive on the stock, and expects it to plunge 5% in the same time frame.
Clearly, the assessment processes are different, research groups are different, and terminologies vary significantly. Therefore, it is best to refer to consensus score for investment planning.