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Analyst Tips: Updates for GEA, GRENKE, HUGO BOSS, Linde and Siemens | message

FRANKFURT (dpa-AFX) – Selected analysts at dpa AFX news service from 06.11.2018


Analyst Kepler Cheuvreux raised the target price for Gea Group (GEA) from 33 to 34 euros and left the rating "Buy". Anlagenbauer shares have already suffered significantly, but earnings estimates are now realistic, analyst Hans-Joachim Heimbürger writes in a study available Tuesday. The likelihood and risk ratio is now plausible.


FRANKFURT – Commerzbank reduced the target price for GRENKA from 90 to 80 euros, but retained the pending rating. The growth prospect of the leasing provider was blurred, writes analyst Christoph Blieffert in a study available Tuesday. In stock price, however, the price is almost perfect business performance.

Hugo Boss

NEW YORK – US investment bank Goldman Sachs has left the HUGO BOSS rating after the three-month "sale" price of 66.30 euros. Operative profit (Ebitda) of fashion houses has missed consensus estimates by five percent, analyst Alberto Agnano submitted on Tuesday. The shopping environment remains a challenge. Investing in products threatening to push margins. However, bigger conclusions about the wide luxury sector can hardly be drawn from the characters of Hugo Bossa.


FRANKFURT – Analyst Kepler Cheuvreux added Linde with "Buy" and the target price of 156 euros back to the score. After joining Praxair, Linde is now a new market leader in industrial gases, writes analyst Martin Rödiger in a study available Tuesday. Rödiger expects strong earnings growth and margin growth.


NEW YORK – US investment bank Morgan Stanley has left Siemens "overweight" with a price target of 134 euros for the last quarter of the current financial year. The focus should be the targets of the electrotechnical group for the new fiscal year, analyst Ben Uglow wrote in a study available Tuesday.


NEW YORK – American bank JPMorgan raised its target price for Siemens Games from 10.50 to 11 euros, according to fourth quarter results, but dropped the "Underweight" rating. Wind power generator figures have exceeded consensus estimates, writes analyst Akash Gupta in a study available Tuesday. The expert has raised the earnings forecast (adjusted for EPS) for the financial years 2018/19 and 2019/20, but still considers the stock expensive.


NEW YORK – The American bank JPMorgan has cut the target price for Siemens Healthineers from 38.90 to 34.90 euros after more thorough reviews of the fourth trimester's results, but left the rating neutral. The medical device company presented total solid data on a customized basis, analyst David Adlington writes in a study on Monday. For the financial year 2018/19. I 2019/20. However, it has lowered earnings forecasts (customized Ebitda).


FRANKFURT – Analyst house Kepler Cheuvreux raised the target price for Telefonica from 7.5 to 7.7 euros and left the rating to "Hold". Although the third quarter of the Spanish telecom group showed something better than expected, it does not see it as a milestone, analyst Javier Borrachero writes in a study available Tuesday.


FRANKFURT – Commerzbank has left a thyssenkrupp with a 30-euro price target following a press release about the exchange of two board members. If Joachim Limberg from the Material Services could retire, he was very surprised, analyst Ingo-Martin Schachel wrote in a study available on Tuesday. Also, it is possible to leave Andreas Schierenbeck, the chief of the important elevator branch, to be a significant change in management.


NEW YORK – US investment bank Goldman Sachs has left Zalando's rating in quarters in neutral with the $ 40 price target. In all, forecasting a Consolidated Earnings Consolidation (EBIT) online retail for the current year should remain stable, analyst Tushar Jain said in an initial estimate Tuesday, though sales growth was behind the consensus forecast.

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