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CA Inc. (CA) Down -65.56% in Volume

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CA Inc. (CA)



($27.7 -0.225 - -0.81% )

CA Inc. (CA) has returned -0.50% from its 52 week low. This stock has a 12.328B dollar valuation With a P/E ratio of 15.70, the stock is priced at a reasonable valuation; this could be a value play and its earnings yield is 6.42%.

Considering the stock is -5.75% below its 200 day moving average, a strong buy should be considered after further research of the fundamentals are considered. Furthermore, the stock is -2.75% below its 50 day moving average, a strong buy should be considered after further research of the fundamentals are considered. However, the stock had a decrease in volume with a -65.56% decrease from its average daily volume. 797,868 shares were traded.

EPS Est Next Yr:2.59 Earnings/Share:1.78
Earnings Yield:6.42%Market Cap:$12.328B
P/E Ratio:15.70Float Shares: 318M
PEG Ratio::N/A50 Day MA:28.48
Price/Sales Ratio:2.77200 Day MA:29.39
Price/Book Ratio:2.17% from 50 DMA:-2.75%
Short Ratio:3.80% from 200 DMA:-5.75%
1 Yr Target Price: $29.33Avg Daily Vol:2,316,980
52Wk Range:27.84 - 36.22Todays Volume:797,868
Change 52 Week Low: -0.50% Percent Volume Change:-65.56%

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