There Is A Quest For Clarity Surrounding New York Times Co. (NYSE: NYT) Volatility

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Stocks Info

NYT belongs to the Communication Services sector of the NYSE while operating in the Publishing industry. The current market capitalization of New York Times Co. is $7.90B. A total of 1.06 million shares were traded on the day, compared to an average of 1.24M shares.

In the most recent transaction, Brayton Diane sold 7,000 shares of NYT for 42.84 per share on Feb 22 ’24. After the transaction, the EVP, GENERAL COUNSEL now owns 39,312 company shares. In a previous transaction on Feb 16 ’24, KOPIT LEVIEN MEREDITH A. sold 13,543 shares at 44.11 per share. NYT shares that PRESIDENT & CEO owns now total 90,759.

Among the insiders who sold shares, Perpich David S. disposed of 3,014 shares on Feb 14 ’24 at a per-share price of $44.03. This resulted in the Director holding 20,813 shares of NYT after the transaction. In another insider transaction, Sulzberger Arthur G. sold 8,500 shares at $44.23 per share on Aug 11 ’23. Company shares held by the Chairman and Publisher now total 101,691.


Paying dividends generates immediate cash flow for investors and indicates a positive outlook for the company. New York Times Co. pays an annual dividend of $0.46, resulting in a dividend yield of 0.96%, and it has a price to earnings (P/E) ratio of 31.75. NYT’s most recent ex-dividend date was 4/1/2024 when it declared a $0.13 quarterly dividend that was paid in cash on 4/18/2024. Previously, the company paid the dividend on 1/18/2024 with an ex-dividend date of 1/2/2024. The NYT stock dividend was $0.11 per share in cash.

While price targets are rarely accurate, they tend to exert some kind of influence from time to time and are often taken into account by investors. In terms of 52-week highs and lows, NYT has a high of $49.87 and a low of $35.06.

As of this writing, NYT has an earnings estimate of $0.41 per share for the current quarter. EPS was calculated based on a consensus of 6.0 estimates, with a high estimate of $0.42 per share and a lower estimate of $0.39. The company reported an EPS of $0.38 in the last quarter

Balance Sheet Annually/Quarterly

An organization’s balance sheet depicts the assets and liabilities it has, as well as the amount of equity invested. Investors can measure a company’s prospects by calculating its financial ratios using this information. NYT’s latest balance sheet shows that the firm has $661.05M in Cash & Short Term Investments as of fiscal 2021. There were $63.61M in debt and $559.15M in liabilities at the time. Its Book Value Per Share was $10.63, while its Total Shareholder’s Equity was $1.54B.

Analysts Opinion

There is a slight risk associated with trading before and after the market open. Due to lower liquidity and higher volatility, extended-hours trading may result in wider spreads on particular security due to the release of critical financial information after regular trading hours. Currently, 0 analysts are providing their opinions on the stock. On a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being Sell and 5 being Buy, the average analyst rating for NYT is Buy with a score of 4.14.

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