Putting the Pedal to the Metal, Can This Stock’s Growth Continue: Terex Corporation (NYSE:TEX)

Research brokerages are projecting Terex Corporation (NYSE:TEX) to grow at an accelerated rate over the next 5 years.  Wall Street analysts are looking for the company to grow 70.85% over the next year and 48.68% over the next five years.

EPS measures what each share is worth and also indicates how much money their sharehoders would gain if the company was to pay out all of its profits.  Earnings Per Share is computed by dividing the total profit by its total shares.  Terex Corporation’s trailing 12- months EPS is -1.92.  Last year, their EPS growth was -237.60% and their EPS growth over the past five years was -58.50%.  

RECENT PERFORMANCE

Let’s start off by taking a look at how the stock has been performing recently.  Over the past twelve months, Terex Corporation (NYSE:TEX)’s stock was 43.70%.  Last week, it was 1.09%, 19.90% over the last quarter, and  34.05% for the past half-year. 

Over the past 50 days, Terex Corporation stock was -8.02% off of the high and 7.82% removed from the low.  Their 52-Week High and Low are noted here.  -8.02% (High), 56.75%, (Low). 

HISTORICAL GROWTH

Terex Corporation (NYSE:TEX)’s performance this year to date is 43.70%.  The stock has performed 1.09% over the last seven days, -3.10% over the last thirty, and 19.90% over the last three months.  Over the last six months, Terex Corporation’s stock has been 34.05% and 46.59% for the year.

FUTURE GROWTH ESTIMATES AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Wall Street analysts are have a consensus analyst recommendation of 2.60 on the stock.  This is based on a 1-5 scale where 1 represents a Strong Buy and 5 a Strong Sell.  Brokerages covering the name have a $45.88 on the stock.

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