M&G Investment Management Limited increased its percentage of KLA Co. (NASDAQ: KLAC) shares owned by the investment firm by 0.7% during the third quarter, according to its latest filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. became clear. His stake in the company’s semiconductor company increased by 4,890 shares in the quarter, bringing the total number of shares held by the company to 708,095 shares. The company also purchased 4,890 shares of its stock during the quarter. M&G Investment Management Ltd. holds about 1.2% of KLA, making him the 10th ranked investment among the portfolios the company manages. At the end of the most recent reporting period, M&G Investment Management Limited held 0.50% of his KLA, with a market value of $214,553,000.
Other institutional investors have recently changed their holdings in KLAC. This includes increasing or decreasing our investment in the company. Pacifica Partners Inc. increased its holding in the company by investing about $27,000 more in her KLA in the second quarter. During the second quarter, Capital Asset Advisory Services LLC received approximately $30,000 to complete its acquisition of new shares in KLA. In the second quarter, Wellington Shields & Co. LLC acquired a new investment in his KLA shares worth $32,000. In the second quarter of this year, Win Advisors Inc. increased his percentage of KLA shares owned by 61.4%. Win Advisors Inc. owns 113 shares of the semiconductor company after purchasing an additional 43 shares. Each share of the company’s stock is currently worth $33,000. His WFA value in San Diego LLC’s portfolio increased by his $33,000 in the second quarter. This is a direct result of his purchase of KLA shares in the company during the same period. The company’s shares amount to 87.38% and are owned by institutional investors and hedge funds.
Quite a few research professionals have looked at the company in question. In a research note distributed on Friday Oct. 14, Berenberg Bank downgraded his KLA “buy” rating and price target on the stock. The first was $430 and the second was just $390. StockNews.com began covering KLA by publishing an investigative article about the company the following day, Wednesday, October 12th. They advised their clients to “hold” their shares going forward. In a research report released Friday, Bank of America downgraded both its buy rating and price target on KLA shares. The report was about the company’s stock. Both the ‘buy’ rating and the price target were lowered, with the former dropping from $450.00 to $400.00 and the latter from $450.00 to $300.00. The price target Susquehanna Bancshares has set for his KLA shares has been increased from $350.00 to $355.00, as set out in a research note published Thursday, Oct. 27. Price has been reduced from $350.00. Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft raised its KLA price target from $370.00 to $400.00 in a research report published on Monday, Dec. 12, but the same report said it changed its stock recommendation from ‘buy’ to ‘hold’. ”. Her six analysts in the investment community recommended holding the stock, while seven of her analysts in the investment community gave the stock a “buy” rating. The company has been assigned a “moderate buy” rating by market analysts, according to Bloomberg, with a reported consensus price target of $375.53 for the stock.
As previously mentioned, Vice President Brian Lorig exercised his option to sell 3,127 company shares on December 9th. This brings us another piece of news. It was decided that