For its third fiscal quarter (ending September 30), Exterran Corp (NYSE: EXTN) has reported a -378% decline in E.P.S. from $0.09 a year ago to $-0.25 in the current quarter. Relative to the consensus estimate of $-0.06, this was a shortfall of $-0.19. For the latest four quarters through September 30, E.P.S. were $-0.98 compared to $0.22 a year ago — a decline of -545%.
Recent Price Action
Exterran Corp (NYSE: EXTN) stock enjoyed a large increase of 3.3% on 11/4/19. The stock closed at $13.44. This advance was accompanied by normal trading volume. The stock has been extremely weak relative to the market over the last nine months but has risen 11.2% during the last week.
Current PriceTarget Research Rating
EXTN is expected to be a Value Eraser reflecting capital returns that are forecasted to fall short of the cost of capital.
Exterran has a current Value Trend Rating of F (Lowest Rating). This rating combines complementary signals from two proprietary PTR measures of a stock’s attractiveness. Exterran has a slightly negative Appreciation Score of 40 and a very low Power Rating of 5, leading to the Lowest Value Trend Rating.
In light of this discouraging new earnings information we are reviewing our current Overall Rating of F. This review will be completed in the next several days.