During the last session, Spire Global Inc. (NYSE:SPIR)’s traded shares were 6.3 million. At the end of the trading day, the stock’s price was $18.45, reflecting an intraday gain of 20.83% or $3.18. The 52-week high for the SPIR share is $18.36, that puts it up 0.49 from that peak though still a striking 55.18% gain since the share price plummeted to a 52-week low of $8.27. The company’s market capitalization is $2.24B, and the average intraday trading volume over the past 10 days was 3.55 million shares, and the average trade volume was 644.93K shares over the past three months.
Spire Global Inc. (SPIR) received a consensus recommendation of an Overweight from analysts. That translates to a mean rating of 2.50. SPIR has a Sell rating from 0 analyst(s) out of 2 analysts who have looked at this stock. 1 analyst(s) recommend to Hold the stock while 0 suggest Overweight, and 1 recommend a Buy rating for it. 0 analyst(s) has rated the stock Underweight. Company’s earnings per share (EPS) for the current quarter are expected to be -$0.09.
Spire Global Inc. (NYSE:SPIR) trade information
Spire Global Inc. (SPIR) registered a 20.83% upside in the last session and has traded in the green over the past 5 sessions. The stock spiked 20.83% in intraday trading to $18.45 this Wednesday, 09/22/21, hitting a weekly high. The stock’s 5-day price performance is 89.04%, and it has moved by 120.96% in 30 days.
The consensus price target of analysts on Wall Street is $16.00, which implies a decrease of -15.31% to the stock’s current value. The extremes of the forecast give a target low and a target high price of $12.00 and $20.00 respectively. As a result, SPIR is trading at a discount of -8.4% off the target high and 34.96% off the low.
Revenue for the current quarter is expected to be $13.12 million as predicted by 2 analyst(s). Meanwhile, a consensus of 2 analyst(s) estimates revenue growth to $15.12 million by the end of Dec 2021.
Spire Global Inc. is due to release its next quarterly earnings in October. However, it is important to remember that the dividend yield ratio is merely an indicator meant to only serve as guidance.