Having worked in the British, French and Swiss financial press, Romain is able to report on local and international issues, as comfortable in French as in the language of Shakespeare, Romain Fournier leads the editorial team at Marketscreener. Fine connoisseur of the English-speaking markets, Romain delivers an editorial every day on US and UK markets.
Analyst recommendations: Adobe, Dollar General, Fedex, Nike, United Airlines...
Every day, find a selection of analysts' recommendations covering North America and the UK. The list only includes companies that have been the subject of a change of opinion or price target, or of a new follow-up. It may be updated during the session. This information is used to shed light on the movements of certain stocks or the market sentiment on a company.
Adobe: Citigroup adjusts price target to $455 from $611, maintains neutral rating
Dollar General: Wells Fargo Securities raised the target on Dollar General Corp. to $255 from $220. Maintains overweight rating.
Fedex: Wells Fargo adjusts price target to $277 from $314, reiterates overweight rating
Gamestop: Wedbush downgrades GameStop Corp. to $30 from $45. Maintains underperform rating.
Johnson Matthey: Jefferies upgrades from Underperform to Hold with a target of £2,100.
Nike: Telsey advisory adjusts price target to $165 from $190, keeps outperform rating
Performance Food: Deutsche Bank initiated coverage with a recommendation of buy. PT up 20% to $62.
Softcat: Berenberg upgrades from hold to buy targeting GBp 1900.
Staar Surgical: BTIG upgrades to buy from neutral. PT jumps 41% to $98.
Targa Resources: Mizuho Securities Co Ltd upgrades to buy from neutral. PT up 26% to $85.
Tractor Supply: Oppenheimer & Co upgrades to outperform from market perform. PT up 16% to $270.
Transunion: Goldman Sachs downgrades to neutral from buy, adjusts price target to $109 from $125
Trex Company: Berenberg Bank adjusts price target to $102 from $130, maintains buy rating
United Airlines: Exane BNP Paribas upgrades to neutral from underperform. PT down 8.3% to $38.