Aeroports de Paris (OTCMKTS:AEOXF) had its target price raised by UBS Group from €113.00 ($128.41) to €121.00 ($137.50) in a report published on Friday morning, The Fly reports.
A number of other analysts have also weighed in on AEOXF. Morgan Stanley reissued an underweight rating on shares of Aeroports de Paris in a research note on Thursday, October 28th. Exane BNP Paribas upgraded Aeroports de Paris from an underperform rating to a neutral rating in a report on Thursday, October 21st. Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft reiterated a hold rating on shares of Aeroports de Paris in a report on Tuesday, October 5th. Citigroup upgraded Aeroports de Paris from a sell rating to a neutral rating in a research note on Monday, January 3rd. Finally, Barclays boosted their price target on Aeroports de Paris from €91.00 ($103.41) to €98.00 ($111.36) in a research note on Tuesday, January 4th. Three investment analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating and six have given a hold rating to the company’s stock. According to MarketBeat, the company presently has an average rating of Hold and an average target price of $109.50.
Shares of Aeroports de Paris stock opened at $125.25 on Friday. The company’s 50-day moving average price is $126.76 and its 200-day moving average price is $125.93. Aeroports de Paris has a 12-month low of $105.00 and a 12-month high of $154.50.
Aéroports de Paris SA engages in the design, build, and management of commercial airports. The company is responsible for the organization, operation, and development of civilian air transport in the Île-de-France region. It operates through the following business segments: Aviation, Retail & Services, Real Estate, International & Airport Developments, and Other Activities.
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