Bank of Hawaii Corp (NYSE: BOH) has reported E.P.S. of $1.69 for its second fiscal quarter (ending June 30) versus $0.98 for the same period a year ago — an increase of 72%. This result exceeded the consensus estimate of $1.31 by $0.38. E.P.S. were $5.21 for the latest four quarters through June 30 versus $4.62 for the same period a year ago — an increase of 13%.
Recent Price Action
Bank of Hawaii Corp (NYSE: BOH) stock increased 1.4% on 7/26/21. The shares closed at $83.24. Moreover, above average trading volume at 124% of normal accompanied the advance. The stock has performed in line with the market over the last nine months and has declined -1.5% during the last week.
Current PriceTarget Research Rating
Reflecting future returns on capital that are forecasted to exceed the cost of capital, BOH is expected to continue to be a Value Builder.
Bank of Hawaii has a current Value Trend Rating of C (Neutral). With this rating, PTR’s two proprietary measures of a stock’s current attractiveness are providing highly consistent signals. Bank of Hawaii has a neutral Appreciation Score of 45 and a neutral Power Rating of 53, triggering the Neutral Value Trend Rating.
In light of this new information we are reviewing our current Overall Rating of C. This review will be completed in the next several days.