PepsiCo Strong results, solid prospects | News

At the beginning of the week, an American company that produces drinks and snacks PepsiCo The presented key data for the second quarter immediately sparked a surprise. Both the sales forecast and the growth prospects for the entire year have been raised significantly. Technically, however, the stocks have been going round and round since last August.

PepsiCo now expects organic sales growth of 10 percent, previously it was plus 8.0 percent. Net sales rose 5.2 percent to $ 20.23 billion in the second quarter, beating analysts’ estimate of $ 19.51 billion. Earnings per share rose to $ 1.86, beating analysts’ estimate of $ 1.74.

Technically, however, since August last year, the securities have been stuck in an unstable sideline between prices at around 153.37 and a record high of US $ 177.62. Although the latest quarterly data did not bring a decisive impulse, in the medium term it was possible to target an upward breakout.

I am waiting for impulses

From a technical point of view, the ongoing flanking phase between the aforementioned price marks can be assessed as neutral, but the numerous trends can still be exchanged up and down. To see the medium-term chances of an increase to $ 187.68 on PepsiCostocks, a sustained rise in price would have to be successful at least on a weekly closing rate above at least $ 177.62. A gout solution is also conceivable, but only below $ 153.37. In this case, a slightly larger horizontal support around $ 146.98 should be targeted as a potential target.

  • Resistance: 171.44; 173.32; 175.31; 175.68; 176.30; $ 177.62
  • supports: 168.29; 167.18; 165.33; 164.60; 162.99; $ 159.56

PepsiCo in US dollars on the daily chart; 1 candle = 1 day (displaying a logical candlestick chart)

Period of observation: September 30, 2021 – July 14, 2022. Historical observations are not reliable indicators of future changes Source: tradingdesk.onemarkets.de/underlying/US7134481081

PepsiCo in US dollars on the weekly chart; 1 candle = 1 week (displaying a logical candlestick chart)

Period of observation: October 7, 2017 – July 14, 2022. Historical observations are not reliable indicators of future events Source: tradingdesk.onemarkets.de/underlying/US7134481081

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Essential WKN Sale price in EUR Base price in US dollars omega Date of the last valuation
PepsiCo HR93S6 3.39 140.00 4.40 12/14/2022
PepsiCo HR8NH3 1.74 160.00 6.79 12/14/2022
Source: HypoVereinsbank onemarkets; Status: 07/15/2022; 13:28

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Essential WKN Sale price in EUR Base price in US dollars omega Date of the last valuation
PepsiCo HB0M0Y 0.74 165.00 -8.69 12/14/2022
PepsiCo HB0QT2 0.93 170.00 -8.27 12/14/2022
Source: HypoVereinsbank onemarkets; Status: 07/15/2022; 1:30 PM

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This article by PepsiCo – Strong Data, Strong Outlook first appeared on the onemarkets blog (HypoVereinsbank – UniCredit Bank AG).

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