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Broker tips: Shire, ARM Holdings, Transport, Real estate

Panmure Gordon chose to reiterate its 'buy' recommendation on Shire even though the $54bn pursuit by Abbvie is now officially over, highlighting an "opportunity" for investors to pick up shares after recent falls.
[3 Hours Ago]

Panmure highlights 'multiple suitors' for Shire as Abbvie deal falls through

Shire's share price bounced on Tuesday after it agreed with US pharmaceutical group Abbvie to officially terminate the latter's $54bn takeover offer.
[3 Hours Ago]

Jump aboard Stagecoach rather than Go-Ahead, says Shorecap

Broker Shore Capital welcomed transport group Go-Ahead's latest update but said it was keener on rival Stagecoach.
[3 Hours Ago]

Liberum repeats 'sell' ARM on smartphone, tablet slowdown

Liberum has kept a 'sell' rating on shares of chip designer ARM Holdings despite a "broadly in-line" third quarter, saying that future prospects are likely to be held back by a slowdown in its end-markets.
[4 Hours Ago]

Credit Suisse sees limited threat from Agents' Mutual at Rightmove and Zoopla

Credit Suisse has highlighted an "attractive entry point" for potential investors of Rightmove and Zoopla, downplaying concerns about the threat to the UK estate agent portal industry from newcomer Agents' Mutual.
[6 Hours Ago]

Tuesday broker round-up UPDATE

African Barrick Gold: JP Morgan cuts target price from 340p to 300p and stays with its overweight rating.
[7 Hours Ago]

Charles Stanley reaffims 'hold' on Centrica

On Monday, British investment management firm Charles Stanley reaffirmed its 'hold' status for Centrica shares.
[Yesterday 16:44]

Banks are starting to look like utilities, Brewin Dolphin says

Britain's banks are becoming more like utilities as they focus on traditional retail banking rather than "casino" investment banking after the financial crisis, according to broker Brewin Dolphin.
[Yesterday 15:59]

Retail guru Nick Bubb revives Sainsbury's rights issue talk

Shares in supermarket group Sainsbury's fell on Monday after respected retail analyst Nick Bubb revived speculation that the supermarket group may launch a rights issue.
[Yesterday 15:14]

Shore Capital says 'hold' ABF despite US store deal for Primark

Shore Capital is keeping its 'hold' recommendation on Primark owner Associated British Foods (ABF) despite a deal with US department store group Sears to open Primark shops in the US.
[Yesterday 15:08]

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