() saw a significant drop in short interest during the month of may. On May 15th there were 2,700 shorted shares. This is a 34.1% decrease from the total of 4,100 on April 30th. The short-interest rate is currently 0.3 day based on an average trading of 9,900 shares.
Changes in Analyst Ratings
Separately, ING Group upgraded shares of ageas SA/NV to a buy' rating on Wednesday, 3rd May in a research report. Five analysts have assigned the company a buy rating. Two have given the stock a hold and one has rated it as a sell. Trading on Friday saw a $0.12 decline, bringing the stock price to $43.31. The stock changed hands 5,427 times, as compared to the average volume of 6,609. The 50-day moving price of the company is $43.86, and its 200 day moving price is $44.17. Ageas SA/NV's 52-week low is $33.91, and its 52-week highest is $52.00. The company has a market cap of $8.22billion, a PE of 7.17 and a P/E/G of 0.38. It also has a beta value of 0.72.
Ageas SA/NV Company profile
Ageas SA/NV is engaged in providing life and non-life assurance, investment, and real estate service. It is divided into five segments: Belgium; Europe; Asia; Reinsurance and General Account. The company was established in 1990 with its headquarters in Brussels, Belgium.
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