Most upside (3 months)

The Most Upside chart above shows the companies potential share price gain (%) (the potential share price increase from the current share to the broker target price)

  Company % change  
  Tesco PLC 50.51  
  Galliford Try PLC 45.99  
  FlyBe 41.84  
  Glencore PLC 39.13  
  GKN PLC 36.00  
  TalkTalk Telecom Group PLC 34.99  
  ITV PLC 31.05  
  Booker Group PLC 30.82  
  Royal Dutch Shell 30.75  
  Hikma Pharmaceuticals PLC 29.03  
  BP PLC 28.48  
  Anglo American PLC 27.66  
  Kingfisher PLC 27.30  
  Morgan Advanced Materials 26.86  
  Barclays PLC 26.52  

Performance Analysis (6 Months)

The performance analysis chart above provides a detailed breakdown of Buy, Sell and Hold recommendations for the selected bank or stockbroker. To see a full explanation of how to use this chart, please visit the performance analysis explanation page.

Recommendation Summary (3 months)


  • National Grid upgraded by HSBC

    13 July 2017 | National Grid
    Equity research analysts at HSBC have upgraded their investment rating on electricity and gas utility company National Grid (LON:NG.) to buy from hold, stating that the company is likely to...
  • Shire upgraded by HSBC

    06 July 2017 | Shire
    HSBC has adopted a more moderate stance on biotech company Shire (LON:SHP) and moved to a hold rating (from reduce), believing the haemophilia headline risk is now largely priced in. Nevertheless,...
  • HSBC downgraded by Berenberg

    04 July 2017 | HSBC Holdings
    Berenberg has downgraded its investment rating on banking group HSBC (LON:HSBA) to hold from buy, believing the stock is now fully valued. Nevertheless, analyst James Chappell commented: "HSBC is...
  • Halma downgraded by HSBC

    14 June 2017 | Halma
    HSBC has downgraded its investment rating on Halma (LON:HLMA) to hold (from buy) following the healthcare device maker's full year results and stating that the shares now look fairly valued. The...
  • ITV downgraded by HSBC

    01 June 2017 | ITV
    HSBC has downgraded its recommendation on broadcaster ITV (LON:ITV) to hold (from buy), after highlighting its concerns over advertising momentum. "The primary reason for our downgrade to Hold is...

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