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The Blackstone Group Inc. (BX) (BX)
46.09 -1.91 (-3.98%) 03-27 16:02
Open: 45.47 Pre. Close: 48
High: 47.99 Low: 44.32
Volume: 7,467,833 Market Cap: 55161M
Blackstone Group LP is an alternative asset manager. Its alternative asset management businesses include investment vehicles focused on private equity, real estate, hedge fund solutions, non-investment grade credit and secondary funds.
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Price Prediction (Update @5:00pm)
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High: 48.007 - 48.253 48.253 - 48.441
Low: 43.781 - 44.024 44.024 - 44.211
Close: 45.694 - 46.114 46.114 - 46.436
Stock Technical Analysis
Target: Six months: 57.77
One year: 69.65
Support: Support1: 33.00
Support2: 27.46
Resistance: Resistance1: 49.46
Resistance2: 59.63
Pivot: 43.13
Moving Averages: MA(5): 42.57
MA(20): 46.45
MA(100): 54.80
MA(250): 49.02
MACD: MACD(12,26): -3.73
Signal(12,26,9): -4.40
%K %D: %K(14,3): 59.69
%D(3): 43.27
RSI: RSI(14): 47.29
52-Week: High: 64.97
Low: 33
Change(%): 30.2
Average Vol(K): 3-Month: 669457
10-Days: 1255785
Price, MAs and Bollinger Bands
Price and moving averages has closed above its Short term moving average. Short term moving average is currently below mid-term; AND below long term moving averages. From the relationship between price and moving averages; we can see that: This stock is NEUTRAL in short-term; and BEARISH in mid-long term.

BX has closed below upper band by 31.9%. Bollinger Bands are 106% wider than normal. The large width of the bands suggest high volatility as compared to BX's normal range. The bands have been in this wide range for 23 bars. This is a sign that the current trend might continue.
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Stock News
Grocery tycoon races to keep India fed & his firm afloat
By P R Sanjai and Bijou GeorgeConfined to his home in an upscale corner of Mumbai, Kishore Biyani is scrambling to maintain control of his supermarket empire in more ways than one.The founder of Future Group -- which is backed by both Inc. and Blackstone Group Inc. -- has set up a virtual war room practically overnight to ensure his vast chain of Indian grocery stores has enough food and essentials for a nation under lockdown, according to a person familiar with the matter.At the same time, Biyani has held more than two dozen calls with investors as he tries to prevent shares of his companies from tumbling to levels that would allow lenders to seize control of his holdings. He hopes to find a solution over the weekend, which may include capital injections or asset sales, the person said. Future Consumer Ltd., one of Biyani’s biggest listed companies, has tumbled 65% this year and touched a more than five-year low on Friday.The tycoon’s two-front battle illustrates the challenges faced by many Indian companies after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a 21-day lockdown to fight the coronavirus.

Private Equity Asset Values May Be Haircut By 50% In The Next 3 Months
Private Equity Asset Values May Be Haircut By 50% In The Next 3 Months For the longest time, private equity firms seemed like the perfect investment in this market climate: unlike public equity, PE valuations would seemingly increase year after year, and without drawdowns and with no volatility, PE provided an island of stability in a market that was getting increasingly jittery even as stocks hit all time highs. Sure, unlike stocks, PE had virtually no liquidity and carried multi-year lockups, and their portfolio company purchase multiples were absolutely idiotic… ... but why would that matter in a market that seemingly would only go up? Well, as the events of the past month demonstrated vividly, boy does liquidity and leverage matter. And so, with the US entering a depression, all those pristine PE returns are about to be savaged, the only question is by how much. The answer - according to a new report from Investec, PE is about to go through a period of violent repricing matched only by the collapse in the global financial crisis: some 50% over the next 3 months !

Financial Analysis
Growth measures the growth of both a company's revenue and net income. it tells investors how fast a company is growing.
Profitability measures a company's ability to generate earnings as compared to its expenses and other relevant costs.
Solvency measures a company's ability to meet its long-term debts. Acceptable solvency ratios will vary from industry to industry.
Efficiency measures the strength of a company's return on invested capital. It can identify business that are better managed or not.
Stock Basics & Statistics
Exchange:  New York Stock Exchange
Sector:  Financial Services
Industry:  Asset Management
Shares Out. (M) 673.61
Shares Float (M) 682.06
% Held by Insiders 0.81
% Held by Institutions 57.45
Shares Short (K) 12760
Shares Short Prior Month (K) 15720
Stock Financials
EPS 3.030
Book Value (p.s.) 10.300
PEG Ratio
Profit Margin 28.71
Operating Margin 47.26
Return on Assets (ttm) 12.6
Return on Equity (ttm) 26.8
Qtrly Rev. Growth 341.2
Gross Profit (p.s.) 8.744
Sales Per Share 10.600
EBITDA (p.s.)
Qtrly Earnings Growth
Operating Cash Flow (M) 1960.00
Levered Free Cash Flow (M)
Stock Valuation
P/E 15.21
P/E Growth Ratio -0.04
P/BV 4.47
P/CF 15.84
Dividend Yield 0.04
Dividends & Splits
Dividend 1.950
Dividend Pay Date 2020-02-17
Ex-Dividend Date 2020-02-06
Forward Dividend 2.440
Last Split Date
Last Split Ratio -1e+010

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