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Electrocomponents Share Price Target Increased — Analyst PT Changes

Updated: 8 Nov 2021

Recent analyst price changes on London-listed stocks

Electrocomponents

RBC Capital analyst Andrew Brooke increased the price target on Electrocomponents to 1,450p from 1,350p, maintaining an Outperform rating.

JPMorgan analyst Samuel Bland increased the price target on Electrocomponents to 1,477p from 1,383p, maintaining an Overweight rating.

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Morgan Stanley analyst Christopher Fremantle increased the firm's price target on Shaftesbury to 660p from 600p, maintaining an Equal Weight rating.

Morgan Stanley analyst Bart Gysens increased the price target on Capital & Counties to 185p from 175p, maintaining an Equal Weight rating.

RBC Capital analyst Mark Fielding increased the price target on IMI to 2,150p from 1,950p, maintaining an Outperform rating.

JPMorgan analyst David Adlington reduced the price target on Smith & Nephew to 1,379p from 1,579p, maintaining a Neutral rating.

JPMorgan analyst James Thompson reduced the price target on Genel Energy to 213p from 234p, maintaining an Overweight rating.

JPMorgan analyst Akhil Dattani increased the price target on BT Group to 255p from 235p, maintaining an Overweight rating.

Credit Suisse analyst Neil Glynn reduced the price target on Wizz Air to 5,729p from 5,788p, maintaining an Outperform rating.

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