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The Interpublic Group of Companies Inc. (IPG) (IPG)
15.21 -1.43 (-8.59%) 03-27 16:02
Open: 15.88 Pre. Close: 16.64
High: 16.29 Low: 14.85
Volume: 6,300,721 Market Cap: 5897M
The Interpublic Group of Companies Inc is an advertising and marketing service company. Its services include consumer advertising, digital marketing, communications planning & media buying, public relations & specialized communications disciplines.
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Price Prediction (Update @5:00pm)
If tomorrow: Open lower Open higher
High: 16.303 - 16.386 16.386 - 16.438
Low: 14.666 - 14.768 14.768 - 14.834
Close: 15.061 - 15.218 15.218 - 15.318
Stock Technical Analysis
Target: Six months: 22.64
One year: 28.23
Support: Support1: 11.63
Support2: 9.68
Resistance: Resistance1: 19.38
Resistance2: 24.17
Pivot: 15.60
Moving Averages: MA(5): 14.91
MA(20): 16.96
MA(100): 21.79
MA(250): 21.78
MACD: MACD(12,26): -1.95
Signal(12,26,9): -2.07
%K %D: %K(14,3): 47.20
%D(3): 38.19
RSI: RSI(14): 39.91
52-Week: High: 25.2
Low: 11.63
Change(%): -28.2
Average Vol(K): 3-Month: 493474
10-Days: 803396
Price, MAs and Bollinger Bands
Price and moving averages has closed below 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 BEARISH in short-term; and BEARISH in mid-long term.

IPG has closed above bottom band by 44.6%. Bollinger Bands are 142.7% wider than normal. The large width of the bands suggest high volatility as compared to IPG's normal range. The bands have been in this wide range for 31 bars. This is a sign that the current trend might continue.
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Stock News
Brands can save American lives during the coronavirus crisis by running ads next to news coverage of the pandemic
David Cohen is president of the Interactive Advertising Bureau , a trade group for more than 650 leading media companies, brands, and the technology firms. He previously was president of Interpublic Group's Magna, where he executed large global transactions for the ad holding company giant and its clients, including Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Spotify, Twitter, and Verizon Media. He says it's time for brands and agency executives to allow news and COVID-19 related information to run alongside all content. Most brands don't want to run campaigns beside bad news, but during a crisis, increasing viewer access to information is crucial. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . There is one simple, critical thing every brand and agency executive can — and must — do in the face of the coronavirus crisis. We ask all brands, agencies, ad verification firms, and other companies in the digital advertising supply chain not to block the news. This is not about politics — lives are at stake.

Leaked document: Top ad agency predicts that cancelled NBA and NCAA events will cost TV networks up to 25% drops in viewership
An internal document from Interpublic Group's ad-buying firm Magna Global breaks down how much TV viewership on major broadcasters like WarnerMedia's TBS, TBS; CBS; and ESPN will drop with the cancellation of March Madness and NBA games. The viewership cuts for sports networks range from 9% to 25% while streaming TV viewership overall is expected to grow 15%, according to the agency's own figures. The agency said it was working with media companies for advertisers that want to shift money from live sports games to other platforms including Roku, Hulu, and Amazon. Click here for more BI Prime stories . The number of major cancelled sporting events continues to grow, causing a headache for TV networks who are betting big on live sports for ad revenue. According to an internal document from Magna Global, a top ad-buying agency owned by Interpublic Group, the networks that were planned to air live sports could expect to take a drastic viewership hit. The March 12 document advises clients on the impact that coronavirus is having on TV viewership and specifically looks at two events that were cancelled this week: The National Collegiate Athletic Association's March Madness tournament and National Basketball Association games.

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:  Consumer Cyclical
Industry:  Advertising Agencies
Shares Out. (M) 387.73
Shares Float (M) 385.09
% Held by Insiders 0.67
% Held by Institutions 104.82
Shares Short (K) 27800
Shares Short Prior Month (K) 27330
Stock Financials
EPS 1.680
Book Value (p.s.) 7.170
PEG Ratio 4.77
Profit Margin 7.61
Operating Margin 12.91
Return on Assets (ttm) 4.2
Return on Equity (ttm) 24.1
Qtrly Rev. Growth 0.8
Gross Profit (p.s.) 4.668
Sales Per Share 22.258
EBITDA (p.s.) 3.585
Qtrly Earnings Growth 0.80
Operating Cash Flow (M) 1530.00
Levered Free Cash Flow (M) 1220.00
Stock Valuation
P/E 9.05
P/E Growth Ratio -0.09
P/BV 2.12
P/CF 3.85
Dividend Yield 0.06
Dividends & Splits
Dividend 0.940
Dividend Pay Date 2020-03-15
Ex-Dividend Date 2020-02-27
Forward Dividend 1.020
Last Split Date
Last Split Ratio 2

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