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PLYA Price Target Alert: $12.00. Issued by Oppenheimer

By KlickAnalytics Data Insights  |   June 11, 2024 06:00PM ET

  • Tyler Batory from Oppenheimer issued a price target of $12.00 for PLYA on 2024-06-11 14:38:00.
  • The adjusted price target was set to $12.00.
  • At the time of the announcement, PLYA was trading at $8.4.
  • The overall price target consensus is at $11.50 with high price of $14.00, low price of $8.00, and median price is at $12.00.
  • PLYA currently trades -14.97% versus its 52 week high of $9.85, and 6.88% compared to its 52 week low price of $6.88.
  • Current 50 day moving average is $8.72, and the 200 day moving average is $8.71.

  • Historical Price Performance

    Historical Price Targets

     Last MonthLast QuarterLast YearAll Time
    Average Price Target14.0014.0012.20
    vs. Current Price

    Analyst Price Targets

    Last 10 Price Targets
    Published DateAnalyst NameAnalyst CompanyPrice TargetPrice Target (Adjusted)Price When PublishedCurrent Price vs. Price Target
    2024-06-11Tyler BatoryOppenheimer12.0012.008.40-30.21%
    2024-05-09Chris WoronkaDeutsche Bank14.0014.008.92-40.18%
    2022-05-09Deutsche Bank15.0015.008.95-44.17%
    2022-05-09Patrick ScholesTruist Financial11.0011.008.47-23.86%

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  • Historical Price Targets
  • Hiistorical Analyst Recommendations
  • Earning Price Impact Analysis
  • Seasonality Analysis
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