Standard Pacific Corp. (SPF) to Release Earnings on Friday
Standard Pacific Corp. (NYSE:SPF) will be posting its Q313 quarterly earnings results on Friday, November 1st. Analysts expect Standard Pacific Corp. to post earnings of $0.12 per share and revenue of $551.48 million for the quarter. Parties that are interested in registering for the company’s conference call can do so using this link.
Standard Pacific Corp. (NYSE:SPF) opened at 8.12 on Thursday. Standard Pacific Corp. has a one year low of $7.03 and a one year high of $9.97. The stock has a 50-day moving average of $7.90 and a 200-day moving average of $8.27. The company has a market cap of $2.249 billion and a price-to-earnings ratio of 5.72.
A number of analysts have recently weighed in on SPF shares. Analysts at Raymond James downgraded shares of Standard Pacific Corp. from an “outperform” rating to a “market perform” rating in a research note to investors on Thursday, October 17th. On the ratings front, analysts at Zacks upgraded shares of Standard Pacific Corp. from a “neutral” rating to an “outperform” rating in a research note to investors on Tuesday, October 1st. They now have a $8.50 price target on the stock. Finally, analysts at Credit Suisse cut their price target on shares of Standard Pacific Corp. from $10.00 to $9.50 in a research note to investors on Tuesday, September 10th. They now have an “outperform” rating on the stock. Three analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating and eight have issued a buy rating to the company. Standard Pacific Corp. has an average rating of “Buy” and an average price target of $9.81.
Standard Pacific Corp. is a geographically diversified business spans many of the housing markets, including metropolitan markets in California, Florida, the Carolinas, Texas, Arizona, and Colorado.
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