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Broker Roundup: Buys for BA and Shell
RBS favours Virgin Media, Savile, LSL Property and Daily Mail.
* JP Morgan reiterates overweight for Shell with a £21.25 target
* Shore Capital has a hold on F&C Asset Management and a buy for Hikma Pharma
* Bank of America has a buy for British Airways, raising target to 350p from 295p and has a neutral and 441p target for Soco International
* RBS has a buy for Virgin Media, raisin target to £17.50 from £16, a buy for Savile, cutting target to 315p from 377p, a buy for LSL Property Services, raising target to 337p from 230p and a buy for Daily Mail, raising target to 625p form 600p
* Execution Noble has a sell for Mouchel, cutting target to 80p from 110p
* UBS has a buy for Euromoney, raising target to 760p form 720p and a buy for Royal Dutch Shell, raising target to £22 from £21
* Investec has a hold for Marks & Spencer, raising target to 446p from 355p, a buy for Debenhams, raising target to 87p from 83p and downgrades Next to hold from buy with a £24.20 target
* Arbuthnot has a sell for Afren raising target to 187p from 135p
* Citigroup downgrades CSR to hold from buy, cutting target to 385p from 410p and upgrades Kazakhmys to buy from hold, raising target to £15.30 from £13
* Goldman Sachs has a buy for Royal Dutch Shell, raising target to £30 from £25.20 and a sell for National Grid, raising target to 540p from 535p
* Panmure Gordon has a buy for Fiberweb, raising target to 93p from 82p
* Credit Suisse has a neutral for Aggreko, raising target to £16.60 from £16.40
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by Gavin Lumsden on Oct 28, 2016 at 16:26