TeamViewer stock: That was close!

In the middle of the week, things were still looking bad for the TeamViewer share: the shares of the Göppingen-based software company had fallen back to 10.95 euros in Xetra trading. At this point, there was not much left to reach its all-time low from December at 10.72 euros. But the TeamViewer share narrowly escaped this misery, by the weekend it had improved again to 11.55 euros. One analyst undoubtedly had his share in this.

UBS sees TeamViewer price target at 16.20 euros

It was the major Swiss bank UBS that left its rating for TeamViewer at “Neutral” on Thursday, but with a price target of 16.20 euros. Accordingly, analyst Hannes Leitner still sees an upside potential for the shares of around 40 percent. The focus of the company, known primarily for its remote access software, is on the development of subscriber numbers and order value, he wrote in his outlook for the quarterly report that TeamViewer plans to present at the beginning of May.

Overall, the experts are more confident than the market, it seems. According to finanzen.net, the average price target from currently ten analyses by different houses is currently 18.53 euros. The gap between the average target price and the current price is 65.30 percent.

TeamViewer loses two thirds of its market value

The TeamViewer share ( Daily Current Rating ) does not currently reflect this optimism: Despite the improvement in the past two days, the share price is still down by a good 16 percent over the past month. Within one year, TeamViewer has even lost more than two thirds of its market value.