|Bid||100.44 x 800|
|Ask||100.49 x 800|
|Day's Range||99.60 - 100.90|
|52 Week Range||76.84 - 126.87|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.03|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||48.66|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.72 (2.72%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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Analysts at UBS upgraded Hasbro stock, saying they now see “more than 20% upside” after the stock lost a quarter of its value since September.
Hasbro Inc. shares rose 3.4% in Monday trading after the toy maker was upgraded to buy from neutral at UBS based on the earnings growth potential from the Entertainment One acquisition. UBS maintained its $117 price target. The $4 billion acquisition, which was announced in August, includes Peppa Pig and a film and television division. UBS expects 13% earnings-per-share accretion in 2021 and nearly 18% in 2022. Hasbro has since announced a third-quarter earnings miss, which the company said was impacted by tariffs. "After a weak Q3 and a meaningful reset in numbers, we see more than 20% upside to shares, driven by better-than-expected revenue and cost synergies from eOne and gaming portfolio momentum," analysts said. "The stock appears to be pricing in a lackluster holiday season, combined with further tariff disruption and no upside to $130 million of initial synergy guide." UBS channel checks show a pickup in Q4 sales. Hasbro stock is up 22.3% for the year to date while the S&P 500 index is up nearly 25% for the period.
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The UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) had earlier said it will consider whether the deal could hurt competition and invited comments on the acquisition. In an email to Reuters, Hasbro said that it had been in talks with the CMA about the review, which could last up to 40 business days. Entertainment One declined to comment.
Britain's competition watchdog has launched a review of Hasbro Inc's proposed $4 billion deal to buy Peppa Pig owner Entertainment One, it said on Thursday. The UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) had earlier said it will consider whether the deal could hurt competition and invited comments on the acquisition. In an email to Reuters, Hasbro said that it had been in talks with the CMA about the review, which could last up to 40 business days.
Investors eyeing Hasbro’s beaten-up stock may want to wait before buying, said Jaime Katz, senior equity analyst at Morningstar. “There could be more downside if the tariffs wind up being implemented and maintained over the full 2020 year,” she said.