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Bhp Billiton ShareCast News (BLT)

ShareCast News for Bhp Billiton (BLT)

Share Price: 1,758.00Bid: 1,757.50Ask: 1,758.00Change: -35.50 (-1.98%)Faller - Bhp Billiton
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 0.03%Open: 1,766.50High: 1,770.00Low: 1,746.00Yesterday’s Close: 1,793.50

Wednesday broker round-up - UPDATE

Wed, 7th Mar 2012 08:33

John Wood: HSBC downgrades to underperform from neutral.

Aquarius Platinum: Panmure Gordon upgrades to buy from sell.

Lonmin: Panmure Gordon upgrades to buy from sell.

Admiral: Nomura maintains buy rating and 1,100p target.

Anglo American: AlphaValue upgrades to buy from add and lowers price target to 3,078.2p from 3,098.5p.

Ashtead: UBS ups target to 320p from 300p, buy rating kept; Credit Suisse upgrades from neutral to outperform, target lifted from 220p to 305p.

Aviva: AlphaValue upgrades to buy from add, lowers target to 440.9p from 441p..

BHP Billiton: AlphaValue upgrades to buy from add, lowers target to 2,385.1p from 2,403.2p.

Chariot Oil & Gas: UBS raises target from 300p to 365p, buy rating unchanged.

Cobham: Jefferies maintains buy rating and 230p target.

Drax Group: UBS upgrades from neutral to buy, 595p target unchanged.

Intertek: Credit Suisse raises target from 2,250p to 2,600p, outperform rating kept.

Perform Group: Credit Suisse raises target from 280p to 320p, outperform rating kept.

The Restaurant Group: Jefferies initiates coverage with a buy recommendation and 340p target.

Rotork: Credit Suisse lifts target from 2,000p to 2,200p, outperform rating kept.

RPS Group: Jefferies maintains buy rating and and 235p target.

Tullet Prebon: UBS lifts target from 264p to 275p, sell rating maintained.

William Hill: Jefferies keeps hold recommendation and 210p target.

Sector movers: Mining stocks track metal prices lower

Mining stocks didnt join in with the post-Scottish referendum euphoria on Friday with share prices in the sector down an average 0.6% in afternoon trade.
[Fri 14:11]

London midday: UK stocks near two-week high as Scots vote against independence

UK stocks advanced on Friday, poised to finish at their highest levels in two weeks, after the Scottish people voted in favour of the Union in a crucial independence referendum.
[Fri 11:18]

London open: UK stocks rise as Scots vote 'no' to independence

UK stocks staged a relief rally on Friday morning in the aftermath of the Scottish referendum, which saw people north of the border vote convincingly to remain part of the Union.
[Fri 08:22]

London midday: Miners lead UK stocks higher as investors await FOMC

Stimulus measures in China helped UK stocks higher on Wednesday with the heavyweight mining sector on the rise, though gains were limited as investors treaded cautiously before a policy decision from the Federal Reserve.
[Wed 11:46]

FTSE 100 movers: Barclays jumps after appointing new chairman

Barclays jumped on the news it has appointed John McFarlane as chairman to replace David Walker, who will step down following the bank’s annual general meeting in 2015. McFarlane, who is currently chairman of Aviva and FirstGroup, will take on the role on 1 January.
[12 Sep '14]

London midday: Stocks gain but Scottish uncertainty limits upside

UK stocks were making gains on Friday as investors shrugged off weak construction data and picked up some bargains after equity markets hit a three-week low the previous session.
[12 Sep '14]

London open: UK stocks bounce off three-week low but gains limited

UK stocks edged higher on Friday but choppy trading continued with investors concerned about the potential impact from a 'yes' vote on Scottish independence next week.
[12 Sep '14]

Broker tips: Glencore, Vedanta, Just Eat

Mining and commodities trader Glencore dipped in early deals on Wednesday after the stock went ex-dividend, but losses were quickly erased after a rating upgrade by Investec.
[3 Sep '14]

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