Nothing seems to bother Xencor (NASDAQ:XNCR)

Earnings results for Xencor (NASDAQ:XNCR)

Xencor, Inc. is expected* to report earnings on 02/23/2021 after market close. The report will be for the fiscal Quarter ending Dec 2020. According to Zacks Investment Research, based on 4 analysts’ forecasts, the consensus EPS forecast for the quarter is $-0.54. The reported EPS for the same quarter last year was $-0.47.

Analyst Opinion on Xencor (NASDAQ:XNCR)

8 Wall Street analysts have issued ratings and price targets for Xencor in the last 12 months. Their average twelve-month price target is $43.00, predicting that the stock has a possible downside of 15.67%. The high price target for XNCR is $56.00 and the low price target for XNCR is $21.00. There are currently 2 sell ratings and 6 buy ratings for the stock, resulting in a consensus rating of “Buy.”

Xencor has received a consensus rating of Buy. The company’s average rating score is 2.50, and is based on 6 buy ratings, no hold ratings, and 2 sell ratings. According to analysts’ consensus price target of $43.00, Xencor has a forecasted downside of 15.7% from its current price of $50.99. Xencor has received no research coverage in the past 90 days.

Dividend Strength: Xencor (NASDAQ:XNCR)

Xencor does not currently pay a dividend. Xencor does not have a long track record of dividend growth.

Insiders buying/selling: Xencor (NASDAQ:XNCR)

In the past three months, Xencor insiders have not sold or bought any company stock. Only 3.66% of the stock of Xencor is held by insiders.

Earnings and Valuation of Xencor (NASDAQ:XNCR

Earnings for Xencor are expected to grow in the coming year, from ($1.70) to ($1.67) per share. The P/E ratio of Xencor is -36.42, which means that its earnings are negative and its P/E ratio cannot be compared to companies with positive earnings. The P/E ratio of Xencor is -36.42, which means that its earnings are negative and its P/E ratio cannot be compared to companies with positive earnings. Xencor has a P/B Ratio of 4.87. P/B Ratios above 3 indicate that a company could be overvalued with respect to its assets and liabilities.

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