CPI Aerostructures – Consensus Indicates Potential 28.6% Upside

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CPI Aerostructures found using ticker (CVU) now have 1 analysts covering the stock with the consensus suggesting a rating of ‘Hold’. The range between the high target price and low target price is between 4 and 4 and has a mean target at 4. Now with the previous closing price of 3.11 this now indicates there is a potential upside of 28.6%. There is a 50 day moving average of 3.31 while the 200 day moving average is 3.99. The company has a market capitalisation of $41m. Visit the company website at: http://www.cpiaero.com

CPI Aerostructures engages in the contract production of structural aircraft parts for fixed wing aircraft and helicopters in the commercial and defense markets. The company also offers aero systems, such as reconnaissance pod structures and fuel panel systems; and supplies parts for maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO), as well as kitting contracts. In addition, it operates as a subcontractor for defense contractors and commercial contractors, as well as a contractor for the United States Department of Defense. Further, the company offers engineering, program management, supply chain management, kitting, and MRO services. Additionally, it offers machine gunner window assemblies, hover infrared suppression system module assemblies, wing sets and spares kits, lock assemblies, canopy activation drive shaft assemblies, rudder island and drag chute canister assemblies, composite electronics racks, structural wing components, fixed leading edges, and engine inlet assemblies. The company was formerly known as Consortium of Precision Industries and changed its name to CPI Aerostructures in July 1992. CPI Aerostructures was incorporated in 1980 and is headquartered in Edgewood, New York.

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