In a report published on Monday, December 23rd, The Fly said, Royal Bank of Canada reaffirmed its outperformance ranking on shares of Roche Holdings AG Basel (OTCMKTS: RHHBY).
Separately, on Tuesday, September 10, in a research note, ValuEngine downgraded Roche Holdings AG Basel from a buy to a sell ranking. Two investment analysts graded the stock with a sell rating, two gave a hold rating and six awarded a buy rating to the stock of the firm. Roche Holdings AG Basel already has a Buy consensus recommendation and a target price of $39.50 for consensus. RHHBY stock was opened on Monday at $40.73.
The stock’s moving average of 50 days is $38.66 and its moving average of 200 days is $36.06. Roche Holdings AG Basel has a low of $30.25 for 52 weeks and a high of $40.81 for 52 weeks.
Recently, a number of hedge funds and other institutional investors have changed their market strategies. In the third quarter, Lenox Wealth Advisors LLC raised its stake in Roche Stake AG Basel securities by 227.6 percent. Since purchasing another 783 shares during the time, Lenox Wealth Advisors LLC now owns 1,127 shares of the company’s stock worth $41,000. In the second quarter, Motco purchased a new stake in Roche Holdings AG Basel securities worth $47,000.
Winthrop Investments WNY LLC purchased a new stake in the third quarter worth $102,000 in shares of Roche Holdings AG Basel. In the third quarter, FNY Investment Advisers LLC acquired a new share stake in Roche Holdings AG Basel worth $182,000. Eventually, in the second quarter, MAI Capital Management raised its stake in Roche Stake AG Basel stock by 27.6 percent. After purchasing an additional 1,768 shares during the time, MAI Capital Management now owns 8,171 shares of the company’s $287,000 stock. Institutional investors and hedge funds own 0.32 percent of the portfolio.
Roche Holding AG is active in Switzerland, Germany and internationally in the diagnostics and prescription pharmaceutical business. It offers pharmaceutical products for the treatment of anemia, anticoagulation therapy, bone, cardiovascular, central nervous system, chlamydia, coagulation, dermatology, diabetes, gonorrhea, gout, hepatitis B and C disorders, HIV / AIDS, HPV, inflammatory and autoimmune disorders, intensive care medicine, kidney and urogenital tract, leukemia, lipid and liver disorders, lymphoma, metabolic disorders, Sexually transmitted illnesses, skin cancer, transplantation, pneumonia, cancers of the urinary tract and infectious diseases of the West Nile.