AAC.WS VS SU Stock Comparison

PerformanceTechnicalsVolatilityAnalyst Price TargetsEarningsProfit
PerformanceTechnicalsVolatilityAnalyst Price TargetsEarningsProfit

Performance

AAC.WS
100/100

AAC.WS returned 1,204.35% in the last 12 months. Based on SPY's performance of 15.09%, its performance is above average giving it a score of 100 of 100.

SU
10/100

SU returned -8.73% in the last 12 months. Based on SPY's performance of 13.09%, its performance is below average giving it a score of 10 of 100.

Technicals

AAC.WS
10/100

AAC.WS receives a 10 of 100 based on 14 indicators. 0 are bullish, 12 are bearish.

SU
86/100

SU receives a 85 of 100 based on 14 indicators. 11 are bullish, 1 are bearish.

Volatility

AAC.WS
27/100

AAC.WS has had a lower than average amount of volatility over the last 12 months giving it a score of 26 of 100.

SU
47/100

SU has had a lower than average amount of volatility over the last 12 months giving it a score of 46 of 100.

Analyst Price Targets

AAC.WS

"Analyst Price Targets" not found for AAC.WS

SU
71/100

14 analysts offer 12-month price targets for SU. Together, they have an average target of 36.54, the most optimistic target put SU at 45 within 12-months and the most pessimistic has SU at 26.26.

Earnings

AAC.WS

"Earnings" not found for AAC.WS

SU
19/100

SU has missed earnings 6 times in the last 20 quarters.

Profit

AAC.WS

"Profit" not found for AAC.WS

SU
64/100

Out of the last 20 quarters, SU has had 13 profitable quarters and has increased their profits year over year on 8 of them.

All score calculations are broken down here to help you make more informed investing decisions

Ares Acquisition Corporation Redeemable Warrants, each whole warrant exercisable for one Class A ordinary share at an exercise price of $11.50 Summary

New York Stock Exchange / AAC.WS

Suncor Energy, Inc. Summary

New York Stock Exchange / SU
Energy
Oil & Gas - Integrated
Suncor Energy Inc. operates as an integrated energy company. The company primarily focuses on developing petroleum resource basins in Canada's Athabasca oil sands; explores, acquires, develops, produces, transports, refines, and markets crude oil in Canada and internationally; markets petroleum and petrochemical products under the Petro-Canada name primarily in Canada. It operates through Oil Sands; Exploration and Production; Refining and Marketing; and Corporate and Eliminations segments. The Oil Sands segment recovers bitumen from mining and in situ operations, and upgrades it into refinery feedstock and diesel fuel, or blends the bitumen with diluent for direct sale to market. The Exploration and Production segment is involved in offshore operations off the east coast of Canada and in the North Sea; and operating onshore assets in Libya and Syria. The Refining and Marketing segment refines crude oil and intermediate feedstock into various petroleum and petrochemical products; and markets refined petroleum products to retail, commercial, and industrial customers through its other retail sellers. The Corporate and Eliminations segment operates four wind farms in Ontario and Western Canada. The company also markets and trades in crude oil, natural gas, byproducts, refined products, and power. The company was formerly known as Suncor Inc. and changed its name to Suncor Energy Inc. in April 1997. Suncor Energy Inc. was founded in 1917 and is headquartered in Calgary, Canada.