Research firms closely watching Enable Midstream Partners, LP (NYSE:ENBL) shares are on a consensus basis expecting $0.17 per share for the quarter. The company is expected to post their earnings report around 2017-02-15. This number is accoding to Zack’s Research and is the consensus number based on the analysts they track. Investors should note that this might slightly different from other data sources providing consensus numbers.
For the previous quarter, Enable Midstream Partners, LP (NYSE:ENBL) reported $0.26 EPS for the quarter which closed on 2016-09-30. The result was $0.07 away from what analysts had expected, yielding a surprise factor of 36.84%. When a firm posts a significant surprise factor, either negatively or positively, large stock price swings often occur in the days following the report.
In taking a look at where analysts believe Enable Midstream Partners, LP (NYSE:ENBL) is headed, the covering brokerages have a one year target price of $16.25 on the shares. This is based on the 4 analysts polled by Zacks Research. The analyst with the most aggressive viewpoint sees the stock heading towards $18 within the next 12 months while the most bearish sees the shares going to $14 in that same timeframe. The most recent analyst revision occurred on 2016-12-05. Depending on the brokerage firm, analysts on the sell-side use alternate terminology to describe their Buy/Sell recommendations.
Retail investors not familiar with a particular firms reports could find the recommendations difficult to understand. As a result, Zacks offers an analyst brokerage rating (ABR) which simplifies the recommendations into a 1 to 5 sliding scale where one represents a Strong Buy and 5 indicates a Strong Sell. Enable Midstream Partners, LP (NYSE:ENBL) currently has an ABR 2.86. This is the average recommendation based on the 4 analysts polled.
Please note that the data derived in this report is from Zacks Research. This is not a recommendation to Buy or Sell shares of Enable Midstream Partners, LP. The author of this article does not hold any position in the company. Investors should conduct their own thorough research before buying or selling equities.