Burberry non-Executive Director Matthew Key on Tuesday purchased 1,260 shares in the fashion group. The transaction was made at 1,568.66p a time for a total of £0.2m. Back in July the group said that it was pleased with its first-quarter retail performance which saw underlying revenues rose 18 %
ASOS: Exane increases target price from 5000p to 6000p and keeps an outperform rating. Associated British Foods: Exane upgrades to outperform with a target price of 2400p. Balfour Beatty: Berenberg ups target price from 270p to 300p and retains its buy recommendation. Barclays: Berenberg takes ta
Berkeley Group: Panmure Gordon raises target price from 2046p to 2150p and reiterates a hold recommendation. Betfair: Panmure Gordon increases target price from 1000p to 1317p and maintains a buy recommendation. BHP Billiton: WH Ireland downgrades to neutral. British Land: Exane ups target price
African Barrick Gold: Nomura takes target price from 155p to 250p and reiterates its buy recommendation. Antofagasta: Deutsche Bank cuts target price from 1050p to 1035p and retains a hold recommendation. JP Morgan reduces target price from 1005p to 975p, while its neutral rating remains unchanged.
Afren: Goldman Sachs shifts target price from 224p to 221p keeping a buy recommendation. Alent: Goldman Sachs initiates with a target price from 426p and a buy recommendation. Amerisur Resources: Goldman Sachs moves target price from 65p to 82p and stays with its neutral rating. Bahamas Petroleum
Amara Mining: Numis lowers target price from 80p to 70p, while keeping a buy recommendation. ARM Holdings: Exane downgrades to neutral with a target price of 1000p. Aveva: Panmure Gordon raises target price from 1900p to 2076p and retains a hold recommendation. Canaccord Genuity increases target p
Afferro Mining: Panmure Gordon reduces target price from 279p to 100p, while keeping its buy recommendation. Amara Mining: Westhouse Securities cuts target price from 110p to 90p retaining a buy recommendation. Amlin: Westhouse Securities moves target price from 455p to 470p and upgrades to add.
London West end property owner Shaftesbury booked higher first half profit, lifted net asset value per share and said it is confident in its future prospects. The FTSE 250 firm, which owns 13 acres in London's West End with over 500 properties in and around Carnaby, Covent Garden, Chinatown, Soho a
High Street estate agents Savills was providing a drag on the real estate sector on Tuesday on rumours of a stake sale. Various news sources had cited traders as saying that Credit Suisse was placing nearly eight million shares in Savills at up to 545p each, below Monday's close of 576p. Shares w
By Tom Bill LONDON, Feb 13 (Reuters) - London's property is losing its attraction for investors as they start to venture out of 'safe havens' and worry that the city's prices look high given a slowing British economy. A reputation as a safe place to park money during global market tur
Central London-focused FTSE 250 real estate group Shaftesbury said it has seen continuing good demand and letting activity across its West-End villages in the first half, while vacant space is now at an 'exceptionally low level'. In a trading update covering the period between October 1st to date,