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Here are some of the latest price target changes on UK stocks…
Andrew Ross, an analyst at Barclays, lowered the firm's price target on Trainline to 280p from 340p and kept an Underweight rating.
JPMorgan analyst Marcus Diebel lowered the price target on Trainline to 358p from 399p, keeping a Neutral rating on the shares.
Morgan Stanley analyst Shaked Atia reduced the firm's price target on Trainline to 380p from 400p, keeping an Equal Weight rating.
Deutsche Bank analyst Simon Davies decreased the firm's price target on Flutter Entertainment to 17,135p from 17,987p. However, Davies kept a Buy rating on the shares.
JPMorgan analyst Daniel Kerven lowered the price target on Flutter Entertainment to 17,090p from 17,250p and kept an Overweight rating.
Morgan Stanley analyst Ed Young reduced the price target on Flutter Entertainment to 17,100p from 18,100p, maintaining an Overweight rating.
JPMorgan analyst James Thompson increased the price target on Cairn Energy to 232p from 226p, keeping an Overweight rating.
UBS analyst Michael Briest boosted the price target on Sage Group to 730p from 660p and kept a Neutral rating on the shares.
Barclays analyst Laurence Whyatt increased the price target on Coca-Cola HBC to 3,000p from 2,900p and maintained an Overweight rating.
Berenberg analyst Michael Huttner dropped the price target on Hiscox to 970p from 1,000p and maintained a Hold rating.
Berenberg analyst Ned Hammond boosted the firm's price target on Greggs to 3,600p from 3,300p. Hammond maintained a Buy rating on the shares.
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