How is National CineMedia, Inc. (NASDAQ:NCMI) managing its expenses and how are they impacting profitability? A lo0k at the company’s financial scorecard for the last fiscal year shows it posted gross margin of 72.10% and operating margin of 36.50%. Net profit margin profit on the other hands came to 5.60%.
The Barchart Technical Opinion rating is a 96% Sell with a Average short term outlook on maintaining the current direction. Longer term, the trend strength is Maximum. Long term indicators fully support a continuation of the trend. The market is in highly oversold territory. Beware of a trend reversal.
These led National CineMedia, Inc. to book EPS of $0.41. In terms of short-term earnings outlook, EPS for the current year is expected to move 62.20%% from last year’s EPS, and the coming year’s EPS is expected to grow 14.20%%.
The long-term earnings outlook indicates EPS will grow -6.20%% over the next five years compared to 6.45%% growth for the prior five years.
For the topline, sales grew 0.60%% in the past five years.
That said, investors would do well to remember that National CineMedia, Inc. posted PEG of 2.84, while P/S and P/Free Cash Flow for the trailing 12 months are P/S 1.07 and P/Free Cash Flow 4.86, respectively.
For the most recent quarter, the company?s P/B and P/Cash were – and 8.09, respectively.
In terms of stock movements, shares of National CineMedia, Inc. have registered 52-week high of $-52.95% and 52-week low of $2.71%. Over the last 50 days, the stock has touched a high of $-44.34% and a low of $2.71%.
As for the averages, National CineMedia, Inc. has 20-Day Simple Moving Average of $-28.00%, 50-Day Simple Moving Average of $-36.12% and 200-Day Simple Moving Average of $-45.18%.
The stock’s average volume is 655.53K while its relative volume is 1.10.
Though stock is trading at $7.42, analysts on the average predict it that it will be at $12.42 in the next 12 months. The stock’s weekly vitality is 3.74% and its monthly volatility is 3.94%. Its Average True Range on the other hands is cited at 0.40.
National CineMedia (NCM), America’s Movie Network, has named Lawrence Snapp to the new role of Senior Vice President of Corporate Development & Chief Digital Officer. A Microsoft and digital transformation veteran, Snapp joined NCM in September as Senior Vice President of Corporate Development and will lead NCM’s newly formed digital products team focused on delivering innovative consumer experiences and new ways for brands to connect with movie audiences as Chief Digital Officer.