Jefferies Sticks To Its Holding Rating For Texas Capital Bancshares By Investing.com
Jefferies (NYSE 🙂 analyst Casey Haire maintained a Hold rating on Texas Capital Bancshares (NASDAQ 🙂 on Monday, setting a price target of $ 59, or about 6.82% below the current share price. of $ 63.32.
Haire expects Texas Capital Bancshares to post earnings per share (EPS) of $ 0.77 for the fourth quarter of 2021.
The current consensus among 8 TipRanks analysts is for a Hold rating of Texas Capital Bancshares stocks, with an average price target of $ 67.83.
Analysts’ price targets range from a high of $ 75 to a low of $ 59.
In its latest earnings report, released 9/30/2021, the company reported quarterly revenue of $ 212.92 million and net income of $ 0. The company’s market capitalization is $ 3.2 billion.
According to TipRanks.com, Jefferies analyst Casey Haire is currently rated with 5 stars on a 0 to 5 star rating scale, with an average return of 17.8% and a success rate of 72.55%.
Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. is the holding company of Texas Capital Bank NA. It provides commercial banking services to clients in Texas and focuses on mid-market business ventures and successful professionals and entrepreneurs. The company’s loan portfolio includes commercial loans, real estate loans, construction loans and letters of credit; business deposit products include commercial checking accounts, safe deposit boxes, cash concentration accounts and other cash management services, including an online system; trust and wealth management services include investment management, personal trust and estate services, custodial services, retirement accounts and related services. Texas Capital Bancshares was founded by George F. Jones, Jr. and Joseph M. Grant in November 1996 and is headquartered in Dallas, TX.
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