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Stellantis Stock Price Target (NYSE: STLA) Trimmed By Barclays, Remains Bullish

Analyst Team trader
Updated 10 Jul 2024

In pre-market trading, shares of Stellantis NV (NYSE: STLA) experienced a slight increase from the previous close, with the current price at $19.53, marking a modest rise of 0.41%.

Stellantis operates within the Auto Manufacturers industry in the Consumer Cyclical sector, and is known for its diverse brand portfolio, including names such as Abarth, Alfa Romeo, and Jeep, among others.

Barclays has revised its price target for Stellantis, reducing it from EUR 24 (~$25.96) to EUR 23 (~$24.88), while maintaining an Overweight rating on the shares. This assessment comes as Stellantis continues to navigate the challenges and opportunities within the auto industry.

Headquartered in Hoofddorp, Netherlands, Stellantis engages in various segments of the auto industry, from design and engineering to manufacturing and distribution worldwide. The company has stood firm with a trailing price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 3.04, a forward P/E ratio of 3.64, and continues to return value to shareholders with a dividend rate of EUR 1.66 and a yield of approximately 8.54%. Stellantis reported total revenue of EUR 189.54 billion and a net income to common of EUR 18.60 billion. Institutional investors hold about 50.52% of the company's shares, highlighting a strong level of investor confidence.


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Analysts remain optimistic about Stellantis shares, with an average price target of EUR 28.79 and a buy consensus rating based on 9 analyst opinions. The company's stock price action is trading comfortably closer to the 52-week low of 17.56 than the 52-week high of 29.51, indicating market fluctuations and some challenges over the year in the eyes of markets at least.

The financials of Stellantis present a picture of health, with a significant net income and a controlled payout ratio of 22.56%, suggesting a balanced approach to shareholder returns. Furthermore, the insider ownership stands at 25.615%, demonstrating commitment from company leaders.

Despite Barclays' slight decrease in the price target for Stellantis, the company remains well-positioned within its sector, with stable financials and a positive outlook from analysts, signaling potential for future growth.

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