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Shares Ferrari

2.18%
Growth potential
185 $
Price per 1 share
USD
0.77%
Dividend income
Ferrari sold in lots of 1 pc.
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Why invest in Ferrari?
  • Multiple Formula 1 winners
  • The best recognized automotive brand over the world
  • Deliverable increased by 23% over Q1 2019
  • Revenue increased by 13% to reach €940M in Q1 2019


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Recommendations of the largest investment banks
Morgan Stanley
Buy
265 $
12.08.2020
RBC Capital Mkts
Hold
08.07.2020
Jefferies
Sell
108 $
28.04.2020
HSBC Securities
Buy
11.03.2020
Financial indicators
Capitalization
20.68B $
P / E
24.44
Profit
3.98B $
Net profit
1.77B $
The general recommendation of investment banks

Buy

Based on the analytics from 23 of the world's largest investment banks over the past 3 months

Forecasted prices

Target price

189.51 $

(3.35% Growth potential)

Based on the data from 23 of the leading investment banks

The history of Ferrari S.p.A, a world-famous sports car brand, began in 1928 in Italy, when a young racing car driver Enzo Ferrari of Maranello decided to live out his dream. Initially, the company went under the title Scuderia Ferrari and was engaged in the production of racing cars as well as racers sponsoring. Since 1947, the company attained its current name and started production of urbanized sports cars. Ferrari is a nowadays a buzzword thanks in no small part to participate in the world championship in ring-track car racing and other racing competitions. The experience, technology, and popularity of the brand make the company a major player on the car-maker market. The demand for Ferrari cars exceeds the offer. For quite a long time Fiat Concern held 50% of Ferrari shares, but after consolidation with Chrysler Ferrari was made a separate company for a restructuring of debts. Now Ferrari aspires to raise production up to 10,000 sports cars annually, new developments are also in the pipeline. These include hybrid system development, production of innovative cars as well as exclusive models of supercars.

As of 2017, the net profit of Ferrari increased by 34% and amounted to 537 million EUR. Pretax profit has reached 1,036 billion EUR, which is 18% more than a year before.

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