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  
  Shire PLC 61.14  
  AstraZeneca PLC 55.36  
  Imperial Brands Plc 39.94  
  BP PLC 25.16  
  Lloyds Banking Group PLC ORD 19.28  
  Royal Dutch Shell 10.50  
  Burberry Group PLC -0.31  
  Intermediate Capital Group PLC -2.91  
  GlaxoSmithKline PLC -11.73  
  Intertek Group PLC -20.92  

Performance Analysis (6 Months)

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Recommendation Summary (3 months)

Societe Generale News

  • Broker views: Soft drinks and packaging

    02 March 2017 | Barr (A G)
    Societe Generale has upgraded its recommendation on AG Barr (LON:BAG) to hold (from sell) on the back of the company's planned reformulation of its soft drinks portfolio ahead of the proposed UK...
  • Broker highlights - Cruises, electricity and wind

    19 December 2016 | Carnival
    Berenberg Bank has changed tack on Carnival (LON:CCL) by moving to a 'hold' call (from 'buy'), believing "headwinds are blowing hard" for the cruise operator. The broker said: "We remain positive...
  • Intertek upgraded by Societe Generale

    24 November 2016 | Intertek Group
    Societe Generale has removed testing, inspection and certification services provider Intertek (LON:ITRK) from its list of stocks to avoid and moved to a more moderate 'hold' recommendation...
  • ABF upgraded by Societe Generale

    10 November 2016 | Associated British Foods
    Societe Generale has upgraded its recommendation on Associated British Foods (LON:ABF) to 'buy' from 'hold', believing sugar profits are inflecting, Primark outlook is improving and that the...
  • Mixed broker reaction for Next

    03 November 2016 | Next
    Fashion retailer Next (LON:NXT) had its shares downgraded by Credit Suisse to 'underperform' (from 'neutral') after the company released its latest trading statement. The broker said that it is...

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