Mattel (MAT) : Mattel (MAT) had a healthy money flow of $1.96 million into the stock during the Wednesdays trading session. The value of bullish trades on upticks was $20.67 million, whereas, investors only sold shares worth $18.71 million on downticks. The stock closed the day with an up-down ratio of 1.1.The money flow in the block trades to the tune of $0.95 million shows that the bulls were dominant, the large players used the weakness in the stock to accumulate it for the long-term. $2.83 million worth of transactions were on upticks. A paltry $1.88 million worth of block trade transactions on downticks shows that the investors are reluctant to sell the stock down. The total up-down ratio of the upticks vs the downticks in block trades was 1.51. Mattel (MAT) stock slid $0.31 intraday and traded at 31.05, a change of -0.99% over previous days close. However, for the week, the company shares are -2.88% compared to previous weeks close.
Mattel, Inc. has lost 2.57% in the last five trading days and dropped 7.86% in the last 4 weeks. Mattel, Inc. is up 1.31% in the last 3-month period. Year-to-Date the stock performance stands at 18.54%.
Mattel (MAT) : 7 brokerage houses believe that Mattel (MAT) is a Strong Buy at current levels. 6 analysts believe that the current prices are in a balance with the stocks fundamentals, hence they propose Hold on Mattel (MAT). Zacks Investment Research suggests a Buy with a rank of 2.The median of all the 13 Wall Street Analysts endorse the stock as a Buy with a rating of 1.92.
Mattel (NASDAQ:MAT): stock was range-bound between the intraday low of $30.7299 and the intraday high of $31.47 after having opened at $31.41 on Wednesdays session. The stock finally closed in the red at $31.41, a loss of -0.99%. The stock remained in the red for the whole trading day. The total traded volume was 4,808,340 shares. The stock failed to cross $31.47 in Wednesdays trading. The stocks closing price on Thursday was $31.36.
MATTEL, INC. designs, manufactures, and markets a variety of toy products around the world, which are sold to its customers and directly to consumers. The Company operates through three segments: North America, which consists of the United States and Canada, International, and American Girl. The Companys North America segment markets and sells toys in the United States and Canada through the Mattel Girls & Boys Brands, Fisher-Price Brands, and Construction and Arts & Crafts Brands categories. The Companys International segment products are developed and marketed by the North America segment, although some are developed or adapted for particular international markets. The Companys American Girl segment is a direct marketer, childrens publisher, and retailer for its line of historical dolls, books, and accessories, as well as the My American Girl and Bitty Baby brands. American Girl also publishes Advice & Activity books and American Girl magazine.