A statement released earlier today by Morgan Stanley about Sky Plc (LON:SKY) bumps down the target price to 1,000.00GBX
- Updated: September 18, 2016
Showing a price of 861.75GBX, Sky Plc (LON:SKY) traded 2.32% higher on the day. With the last stock price down 7.20% from the two hundred day moving average, compared to the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index which has fallen -0.01% over the same time. SKY has registered a 50-day average of 869.34GBX and two hundred day moving average of 926.15GBX. Trade volume was was down over the average, with 1,743,375 shares of SKY changing hands under the typical 4,229,930 shares.
In a report announced on 9/19/2016 Morgan Stanley fell the target price of Sky Plc (LON:SKY) from 1,025GBX to 1,000GBX stating a possible upsideof 0.16%.
Previously on Thursday September 15 2016, Haitong Securities released a statement on Sky Plc(LON:SKY) held the target price at 875.00GBX that suggested an upside of 0.06%.
Recent Performance Graph:
Sky Plc has a one-year low of 560.00GBX and a 52 week high of 1,134.00GBX with a price-earnings ratio of 22. SKY’s market capitalization is currently 0.0 GBX.
More About Sky Plc (LON:SKY)
Sky plc, formerly British Sky Broadcasting Group plc is an entertainment company. The Company serves approximately 21 million customers across five countries: Italy, Germany, Austria, the United Kingdom and Ireland. The Company owns and operates Britain and Ireland’s portfolio of pay television (TV) channels across entertainment, sports, movies and 24-hour news. It operates in three segments: UK & Ireland, which include the activities and operations of the pay TV, home communications and adjacent businesses in the United Kingdom and Ireland; Italy, which include the activities and operations of the pay TV and adjacent businesses in Italy, and Germany & Austria, which include the activities and operations of the pay TV and adjacent businesses in Germany and Austria. The Company’s Sky Sports’ seven channels broadcast a range of live and exclusive sport, news and analysis, and from football and golf to cricket and tennis.
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