Avis Budget (CAR) shares jumped Thursday, after Bank of America upgraded the car rental stalwart to buy from neutral.
“Many of the macro factors driving ‘over-earning’ by the company in 2021 will likely persist well into 2022,” BofA analysts wrote in a commentary.
That includes “limited incoming vehicle supply and tight average fleet, elevated revenue per day from the ongoing supply/demand imbalance and moderated per unit fleet cost from elevated used vehicle pricing.”
So: “Combined with ongoing execution by Avis, this should result in upward revisions to 2022 and beyond estimates that do not appear appreciated by the stock,” the analysts said.
The investment firm has a target price of $125 for Parsippany, N.J.-based Avis, up from $90.
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