Oyo Hotels & Resorts Ltd (NYSE: OYO) is a leading global hospitality company offering over 1,100 hotels across 80 countries. They believe in reinventing traditional hotel concepts to create unique value experiences. Its portfolio includes award-winning boutique hotels and resorts, midscale and extended stay hotels, serviced residences, and food, beverage, and retail brands. We are committed to providing our guests exceptional experiences ranging from immersive culinary offerings and holistic wellness treatments to personalized customer service and genuine smiles. In addition, it is focused on delivering operational excellence through innovative technologies and automation to deliver best-in-class guest satisfaction and revenue performance. Here are some of the facts and figures about Oyo Hotels Share Price.
Stock Price Analysis:
Oyo Share Pricehas been moving sideways recently. The last day’s gain was 0.44%, meaning the stock lost 0.44% of its total value. Over the past year, the highest point gained was 9.43%. The lowest point fell by 21.07%, and the highest over the past year was 11.00%. Recently, the stock has seen a significant increase upwards, up 5.35%, and has now increased to $0.15. The current price is above its 50-day SMA, meaning positive momentum could continue.
The Stock chart shows that when the volume spikes, then the stock tends to have some change. The movement has been erratic lately, and the stock had been trading at $0.10 for quite some time. The recent rise in prices seems to indicate bullish sentiment. The stock has been able to reach 14.60% to its 52-week low. Currently, the stock is at 10.50% below its highs and 15.30% over its lows.
Relative Strength Index (RSI):
This is a technical indicator that uses oscillators to determine whether the price of the security is overbought or oversold. The RSI measures two things; how far the index is away from its 20 lines and where the price stands relative to this measure. A reading between 30 and 70 would suggest that the stock is overbought while reading between zero and twenty suggests the stock is oversold.
This signal is generated based on factors such as the stock’s performance, volatility, trend, news, earnings, etc. When the stock falls below -20% and becomes negative, it is considered weakly bearish. If the stock rises above +20% and becomes strongly bullish, it is considered weakly bullish. When the stock is falling on a solid trend, shortening it may be a good idea.
Over the past month, the stock has moved sharply downwards. The stock’s price dropped by 2.65%. On the daily timescale, the stock has fallen by 0.54%. The weekly timescale indicates that the stock has declined steadily since March 2018. Over the past thirty days, the stock has dropped by 2.05%. The monthly timescale shows that the stock has experienced a sharp decline since August 2017.
As of September 30th, 2018, the company reported an EPS of.16 per share. The company reported EPS.17 per share for the same quarter the previous year.