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LONDON BROKER RATINGS: HSBC cuts Jet2; JPMorgan lifts Anglo American

Mon, 1st Aug 2022 09:46

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

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FTSE 100

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Morgan Stanley raises Reckitt Benckiser price target to 7,500 (7,100) pence - 'overweight'

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Morgan Stanley raises Diageo price target to 4,300 (4,100) pence - 'overweight'

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Berenberg raises Diageo price target to 4,160 (3,900) pence - 'hold'

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Berenberg cuts Croda price target to 8,400 (9,000) pence - 'buy'

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JPMorgan raises Croda price target to 6,200 (6,000) pence - 'underweight'

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RBC cuts Smith & Nephew price target to 1,500 (1,700) pence - 'outperform'

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Deutsche Bank raises AstraZeneca price target to 12,000 (11,500) pence - 'buy'

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Berenberg raises Compass price target to 2,100 (2,050) pence - 'buy'

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Morgan Stanley raises HSBC price target to 641 (624) pence - 'equal-weight'

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Bank of America cuts Standard Chartered to 'neutral' (buy) - price target 645 (800) pence

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JPMorgan raises Standard Chartered target to 760 (730) pence - 'overweight'

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Credit Suisse cuts Standard Chartered target to 500 (510) pence - 'underperform'

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Deutsche Bank raises Barclays price target to 230 (210) pence - 'hold'

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JPMorgan raises Barclays price target to 190 (180) pence - 'neutral'

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JPMorgan raises NatWest price target to 280 (250) pence - 'neutral'

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SocGen raises NatWest price target to 280 (265) pence - 'buy'

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Bank of America raises NatWest price target to 380 (360) pence - 'buy'

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Berenberg raises NatWest price target to 350 (300) pence - 'buy'

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Credit Suisse raises NatWest price target to 340 (300) pence - 'outperform'

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Credit Suisse starts Phoenix Group with 'neutral' - price target 660 pence

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Jefferies cuts St James's Place price target to 1,460 (1,530) pence - 'buy'

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Credit Suisse cuts Aviva to 'neutral' (outperform) - price target 455 (500) pence

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Bank of America cuts Segro price target to 1,200 (1,450) pence - 'neutral'

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RBC cuts Fresnillo price target to 1,300 (1,320) pence - 'outperform'

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JPMorgan cuts Fresnillo price target to 800 (850) pence - 'neutral'

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JPMorgan raises Anglo American to 'overweight' (neutral) - price target 3,850 (3,650) pence

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JPMorgan cuts Glencore price target to 620 (640) pence - 'overweight'

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Goldman Sachs cuts IAG price target to 136 (138) pence - 'neutral'

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Bernstein cuts Vodafone to market-perform (outperform) - price target 135 (155) pence

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Jefferies raises BAE Systems price target to 960 (945) pence - 'buy'

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FTSE 250

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JPMorgan cuts Jupiter Fund price target to 144 (150) pence - 'neutral'

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RBC raises Morgan Advanced Materials price target to 330 (320) pence - 'sector perform'

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RBC cuts Centamin price target to 155 (160) pence - 'outperform'

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OTHER MAIN MARKET AND AIM

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HSBC cuts Jet2 to 'hold' (buy)

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Liberum cuts Knights Group to 'sell' from 'buy', price target 100 (290) pence

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Jefferies raises Senior price target to 190 (185) pence - 'buy'

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Berenberg raises Kerry price target to 128 (124) EUR - 'buy'

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Goldman Sachs raises Kerry price target to 97 (93) EUR - 'sell'

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Bank of America raises Kerry price target to 136 (132) EUR - 'buy'

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