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Credit Suisse downgrades ASOS after H1 results, but it's still a 'buy' for Shore

(ShareCast News) - Credit Suisse cut its stance on ASOS to 'underperform' from 'neutral' on Monday and slashed the price target to 6,075p from 7,050p, saying the first-half results exposed some of the challenges of its growth model as customer growth moderated and the tailwind from FX this past year and a half largely ran its course.
[16 Apr '18 12:20]

Analysts see value in Whitbread break-up

(ShareCast News) - With 10% of Whitbread shares now in activist investor hands following the emergence of Elliott Advisers, analysts from Credit Suisse, Stifel and Numis offered varying opinions on how much value can come from the breaking-up of the Costa Coffee and Premier Inns owner.
[16 Apr '18 11:40]

Broker tips: TalkTalk, Ultra Electronics, Halma, GKN

(ShareCast News) - TalkTalk fell on Friday as RBC Capital Markets cut the stock to 'sector perform' from 'outperform' and reduced the price target to 125p from 140p.
[13 Apr '18 14:58]

Berenberg upgrades Ultra Electronics, says downside now limited

(ShareCast News) - Berenberg upped Ultra Electronics to 'hold' from 'sell' on Friday, lifting the price target to 1,440p from 1,300p.
[13 Apr '18 14:29]

Berenberg initiates coverage on Halma with a 'buy'

(ShareCast News) - Analysts at Berenberg initiated coverage on manufacturer Halma on Friday, calling it one of the "highest-quality companies in the UK industrials sector" and placing a 'buy' rating on the firm's shares straight off the bat.
[13 Apr '18 11:25]

Goldman adds Melrose to Conviction List, says it's fundamentally undervalued

(ShareCast News) - Melrose Industries, which recently won its battle to take over engineer GKN, got a boost on Friday as Goldman Sachs added the buy-rated stock to its Conviction List.
[13 Apr '18 10:56]

Friday broker round-up

(ShareCast News) - TalkTalk: RBC downgrades to sector perform with a target price of 125p.
[13 Apr '18 10:55]

TalkTalk drops on RBC Capital downgrade

(ShareCast News) - TalkTalk fell on Friday as RBC Capital Markets cut the stock to 'sector perform' from 'outperform' and reduced the price target to 125p from 140p.
[13 Apr '18 10:52]

Exane downgrades Auto Trader to 'neutral'

(ShareCast News) - Exane BNP Paribas downgraded Auto Trader to 'neutral' from 'outperform' on Thursday, cutting the price target by 14% to 370p as it takes a more cautious view on the group's cyclical prospects.
[12 Apr '18 15:17]

Broker tips: Auto Trader, Ocado, Mitie

(ShareCast News) - Exane BNP Paribas downgraded Auto Trader to 'neutral' from 'outperform' on Thursday, cutting the price target by 14% to 370p as it takes a more cautious view on the group's cyclical prospects.
[12 Apr '18 15:12]



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