In a report launched today, Rod Lache from Deutsche Bank preserved a Hold score on Asbury (NYSE: ABG), with a price target of $66. The companys shares opened today at $86.57, near to its 52-week high of $87.25.

Asbury has an analyst agreement of Hold, with a price target consensus of $78.50.

The company has a one year high of $87.25 and a one year low of $54.17. Presently, Asbury has a typical volume of 322.5 k.

Like Deutsche Bank’s latest score, based on the current corporate expert activity of 73 insiders, corporate insider sentiment is neutral on the stock. Last month, George Villasana, a VP, GC and Secretary at ABG sold 688 shares for a total of $52,783.

According to, Lache is a 5-star expert with a typical return of 19.0 % and a 67.7 % success rate. Lache covers the Consumer Item sector, focusing on stocks such as Honda Motor Business, Cooper Tire Rubber, and Tenneco Automotive.

Asbury Automotive Group Inc is an automobile seller in the United States. Itsproducts and services includenew and secondhand automobiles, vehicle maintenance, replacement parts and collision repair services andnew and made use of vehicle financing.