Here is the rundown on market activity for Workday, Inc. Common Stock (NYSE:WDAY). Director Michael M. Mcnamara sold 6,800 shares at an average price of $90.00 on Tue the 6th. Mcnamara now owns $824,850 of stock as recorded in a recent Form 4 SEC filing. James P. Shaughnessy, Sr VP let go of $509,186 worth of shares at an average price of $86.67 on September 1st. That brings the Sr VP’s holdings to $5,517,499 per an SEC filing yesterday.
Today Robynne Sisco, CFO disclosed the sale of 5,489 shares. The shares were purchased at an average price of $83.29. Sisco now owns $7,268,968 of the stock according to the SEC filing.
Here are some other firms who have updated their holdings. BNP Paribas Investment Partners S.A. reduced its ownership by shedding 675 shares a decrease of 7.7%. BNP Paribas Investment Partners S.A. owns 8,091 shares valued at $604,000. The total value of its holdings decreased 13.5%. As of quarter end Macquarie Group Ltd had bought 2,300 shares growing its holdings by 127.8%. The value of the investment in Workday, Inc. Common Stock increased from $138,000 to $306,000 increasing 121.7% for the reporting period.
Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Co augmented its investment by buying 82 shares an increase of 38.9% from 03/31/2016 to 06/30/2016. Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Co controls 293 shares worth $22,000. The value of the position overall is up by 37.5%. Wolverine Asset Management LLC grew its position by buying 42,389 shares an increase of 385,354.5% as of 06/30/2016. Wolverine Asset Management LLC currently owns 42,400 shares with a value of $3,166,000. The total value of its holdings increased 79,050.0%.
September 28 investment analysts at UBS left the company rating at “Buy” but moved up the price target to $97.00 from $94.00. On September 28, 2016 the stock rating was set at “” in a report from Wedbush up from the previous “Underperform” rating.
On September 28 Nomura maintained a company rating of “Outperform” and raised the price expectation from $70.00 to $95.00. September 28 investment analysts at Citigroup kept the stock rating at “Buy” and raised the price target to $97.00 from $88.00.
August 25 investment analysts at Nomura held the company rating at “Hold” and moved down the price target from $105.00 to $70.00. On August 25 BMO Capital made no change to the stock rating of “Hold” but lowered the price target from $90.00 to $70.00.
The company is so far trading up from yesterday’s close of $89.79. Shares are trading at $90.88 just a bit higher than $85.70, the stock’s 50 day moving average and which is marginally over the 200 day moving average of $78.87. The 50 day moving average was up $5.18 and the 200 day average was up $12.01.