|Bid||33.10 x 1300|
|Ask||34.74 x 800|
|Day's range||32.34 - 33.96|
|52-week range||20.56 - 36.76|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.89|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||01 Aug 2023 - 07 Aug 2023|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||40.10|
Joining us on the call today, Chief Executive Officer Megan Clarken and Chief Financial Officer Sarah Glickman are going to share some prepared remarks. Todd Parsons, our chief product officer, will join us for the Q&A session. Before we get started, I would like to remind you that our remarks will include forward-looking statements, which reflect Criteo's judgments, assumptions, and analysis only as of today.
The consensus price target hints at a 26.3% upside potential for Criteo S.A. (CRTO). While empirical research shows that this sought-after metric is hardly effective, an upward trend in earnings estimate revisions could mean that the stock will witness an upside in the near term.
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Criteo S.A. (CRTO) might move higher on growing optimism about its earnings prospects, which is reflected by its upgrade to a Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy).
By Davit Kirakosyan
Shares of Criteo (NASDAQ: CRTO), an online advertising company, climbed 12.5% this week, according to data provided by S&P Global Market Intelligence, after it reported revenue that was higher than expected for the fourth quarter. Investors also drove the adtech stock higher this week on rumors that Criteo may be putting itself up for sale. Criteo reported non-GAAP (adjusted) earnings per share of $0.84 in the quarter, which was down 42% year over year and missed Wall Street's consensus estimate of $0.97 per share.
Hot speculation inflated the stock price of French advertising tech company Criteo (NASDAQ: CRTO) on Tuesday. The speculation comes from a Reuters article, which cited unnamed "people familiar with the matter" as claiming that Criteo is looking to put itself on the block. According to the article's sources, Criteo has hired investment bank Evercore to advise it on a sale.
NEW YORK (Reuters) -French advertising technology provider Criteo SA is making a new attempt to sell itself after discussions with potential acquirers in previous years proved unsuccessful, according to people familiar with the matter. The Paris-based company, which is listed in New York, kicked off a sale process last week that could attract other companies and private equity firms, one of the sources said. Investment bank Evercore Inc is advising Criteo on the process, the sources added.
Shares of advertising platform Criteo (NASDAQ: CRTO) were up on Wednesday, after the French company released financial results for the second quarter of 2022. As of 3 p.m. ET, Criteo stock was up 10%. This industry can be loosely tracked with an exchange-traded fund (ETF) like SmartETFs Advertising & Marketing Technology ETF.
Shares of many advertising-technology (adtech) stocks got crushed this week, including demand-side platforms (DSP) The Trade Desk (NASDAQ: TTD) and Criteo (NASDAQ: CRTO), and supply-side platforms (SSP) Magnite (NASDAQ: MGNI) and PubMatic (NASDAQ: PUBM). Investors had expected one of these other ad-tech stocks to be the beneficiary of Netflix's move toward ads. Disney also made an adtech deal with The Trade Desk, which is why The Trade Desk stock wasn't down as much as some of these other stocks this week.
To support this launch, Criteo aims to hire around 150 engineers, data analysts, and solution architects in Hyderabad City, India by 2024SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 15 June 2022 - Criteo S.A. (NASDAQ: CRTO), the commerce media company, has announced plans to launch its first regional Technology Operations and Analytics Center in Hyderabad City in Telangana, India. With the goal of strengthening its support for its clients and partners, the development of this center is part of Criteo's strategi
Investors need to pay close attention to Criteo (CRTO) stock based on the movements in the options market lately.