Reynolds Consumer Products: Assessing Total Return Potential

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  • Reynolds Consumer Products Inc. earnings were in-line in Q2 but sales came in softer than expected.
  • REYN pays out a 3.2% dividend yield which is well covered by earnings over the past four quarters.
  • We look at REYN´s profitability trends and valuation to see if shares can punch through overhead resistance.
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If we look at a technical chart of Reynolds Consumer Products Inc. (NASDAQ:REYN), we can see that shares, for the most part, have traded in a range (with the exception of this year's June lows) between approximately $26 a share and $31

REYN Technical Chart

REYN Trading Range (

Chart: Reynolds Consumer Products Earnings Revisions

REYN Earnings Revisions (Quarterly) (Seeking Alpha)


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