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LONDON BROKER RATINGS: Citi and Peel up B&M; JPMorgan cuts 888

Thu, 30th Nov 2023 09:57

(Alliance News) - The following London-listed shares received analyst recommendations Thursday morning and Wednesday:

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FTSE 100

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Morgan Stanley initiates B&M with 'equal-weight' - target 600 pence

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Citigroup raises B&M to 'buy' ('neutral') - target 640 (540) pence

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Peel Hunt raises B&M to 'buy' ('hold') - target 700 (520) pence

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Barclays raises Marks & Spencer price target to 300 (275) pence - 'overweight'

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Berenberg starts Unite Group with 'hold' - price target 1052 pence

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Berenberg starts Segro with 'hold' - price target 863 pence

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JPMorgan raises NatWest to 'overweight' (neutral) - price target 280 (230) pence

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Jefferies cuts ConvaTec price target to 275 (300) pence - 'buy'

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FTSE 250

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JPMorgan cuts 888 to 'neutral' (overweight) - price target 97 (150) pence

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UBS cuts abrdn price target to 148 (173) pence - 'sell'

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Deutsche Bank raises Direct Line to 'buy' ('hold') - target to 250 (170) pence

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Goldman Sachs raises Big Yellow price target to 1,280 (1,200) pence - 'buy'

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Berenberg starts Big Yellow with 'hold' - price target 1,186 pence

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Berenberg starts Workspace with 'buy' - price target 643 pence

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Berenberg cuts Urban Logistics price target to 142 (150) pence - 'buy'

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Berenberg cuts Sirius Real Estate price target to 102 (123) pence - 'buy'

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Berenberg starts Safestore with 'hold' - price target 808 pence

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Berenberg starts Grainger with 'buy' - price target 305 pence

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Berenberg cuts CLS Holdings price target to 114 (175) pence - 'buy'

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RBC starts Foresight Group with 'sector perform' - price target 110 pence

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RBC starts Foresight Solar Fund with 'sector perform' - price target 110 pence

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RBC starts Bluefield Solar Income with 'sector perform' - price target 135 pence

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RBC starts Renewables Infrastructure with 'outperform' - price target 140 pence

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RBC cuts NextEnergy Solar Fund price target to 110 (120) pence - 'outperform'

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SMALL CAP AND OTHER MAIN MARKET

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Jefferies raises NCC Group price target to 150 (131) pence - 'buy'

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Deutsche Bank starts Alphawave with 'buy' - price target 150 pence

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UBS raises Deliveroo price target to 222 (215) pence - 'buy'

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Barclays raises Deliveroo price target to 145 (120) pence - 'equal weight'

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Berenberg cuts Treatt price target to 700 (730) pence - 'buy'

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Berenberg starts Capital & Regional with 'buy' - price target 68 pence

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Berenberg starts Life Science REIT with 'buy' - price target 79 pence

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