Peel Hunt Limited Reaffirms a “Buy” Rating on Serabi Gold (LON:SRB) and GBX 7.50 Target; Kulicke & Soffa Industries (KLIC)’s Sentiment Is 0.88

London: In analysts report issued on 21 June, Peel Hunt Limited reiterated their “Buy” rating on shares of Serabi Gold (LON:SRB). They currently have a GBX 7.50 PT on the firm. Peel Hunt Limited’s target suggests a potential downside of -88.00% from the company’s last stock close.

Kulicke & Soffa Industries Inc (KLIC) investors sentiment is 0.88 in Q1 2018. It’s the same as in 2017Q4. The ratio is the same, as only 88 funds opened new and increased holdings, while 100 sold and trimmed stock positions in Kulicke & Soffa Industries Inc. The funds in our database now own: 54.78 million shares, down from 58.53 million shares in 2017Q4. Also, the number of funds holding Kulicke & Soffa Industries Inc in top ten holdings was flat from 3 to 3 for the same number . Sold All: 22 Reduced: 78 Increased: 62 New Position: 26.

The stock decreased 7.20% or GBX 4.5 during the last trading session, reaching GBX 58. About 2,603 shares traded. Serabi Gold plc (LON:SRB) has 0.00% since June 22, 2017 and is . It has underperformed by 12.57% the S&P500.

Serabi Gold plc, a gold exploration and production company, engages in the evaluation and development of gold projects in Brazil. The company has market cap of 681.66 million GBP. It also explores for copper deposits. It currently has negative earnings. The company's primary interests are its 100% owned Palito and Sao Chico gold mines located in the Tapajos region of northern Brazil; and controls surrounding 42,800 hectares of exploration tenements.

Analysts await Kulicke and Soffa Industries, Inc. (NASDAQ:KLIC) to report earnings on August, 1. They expect $0.67 earnings per share, up 8.06% or $0.05 from last year’s $0.62 per share. KLIC’s profit will be $46.31M for 8.96 P/E if the $0.67 EPS becomes a reality. After $0.54 actual earnings per share reported by Kulicke and Soffa Industries, Inc. for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts 24.07% EPS growth.

Since January 1, 0001, it had 1 insider purchase, and 4 sales for $64,293 activity.

The stock increased 1.61% or $0.38 during the last trading session, reaching $24. About 485,686 shares traded. Kulicke and Soffa Industries, Inc. (KLIC) has risen 0.76% since June 22, 2017 and is uptrending. It has underperformed by 11.81% the S&P500. Some Historical KLIC News: 18/05/2018 – Kulicke & Soffa Alerts Investors to Nasdaq Notification; 31/05/2018 – Kulicke & Soffa Finalizes Second Quarter 2018 Results; 09/03/2018 Kulicke & Soffa Introduces New Offerings at SEMICON China 2018; 10/05/2018 – Kulicke & Soffa Sees 2Q Rev $221.8M; 16/05/2018 – Hagens Berman Alerts Investors in Kulicke & Soffa Industries, Inc. (KLIC) to the July 10, 2018 Securities Class Action Lead Pla; 10/04/2018 – New Research Coverage Highlights Altisource Portfolio Solutions S.A, Superior Uniform Group, Kulicke and Soffa Industries, Tele; 10/05/2018 – KULICKE & SOFFA REPORTS PRELIM 2Q EPS ABOUT 51C, EST. 41C; 10/05/2018 – Kulicke & Soffa Sees 3Q Rev $255M-$270M; 19/04/2018 – Kulicke & Soffa Receives the 2017 Texas Instruments Supplier Excellence Award; 30/05/2018 – Kulicke & Soffa: Identified Unauthorized Payment Initiated by Senior Finance Employee to Unapproved Vendor in 2Q

Penbrook Management Llc holds 3.16% of its portfolio in Kulicke and Soffa Industries, Inc. for 126,400 shares. Whale Rock Capital Management Llc owns 3.42 million shares or 2.91% of their US portfolio. Moreover, Copper Rock Capital Partners Llc has 2.15% invested in the company for 1.44 million shares. The California-based Sensato Investors Llc has invested 1.91% in the stock. Olstein Capital Management L.P., a New York-based fund reported 395,200 shares.

Kulicke and Soffa Industries, Inc. designs, makes, and sells capital equipment and expendable tools to assemble semiconductor devices. The company has market cap of $1.66 billion. It operates in two divisions, Equipment and Expendable Tools. It has a 39.6 P/E ratio. The Equipment segment makes and sells a line of ball bonders to connect very fine wires made of gold, silver alloy, or copper between the bond pads of the semiconductor devices or dies, and the leads on its package; wafer level bonders, which mechanically applies bumps to dies for some variants of the flip chip assembly process; and wedge bonders to connect semiconductor chips for the power packages, power hybrids, and automotive modules.

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