It’ll soon be time for summer holidays, but first City brokers handed out a upgrades in the travel and leisure sector.
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Home builder Berkeley Group (LON:BKG) received a broker stamp of approval on Thursday after yesterday reporting annual profits, which beat expectations.
City firm Investec reckons Premier Foods (LON:PFD) is tasty and has upgraded the share to 'buy' from 'hold'. It also punts up the target price a tad - to 51p from 47p each.
Imperial Tobacco is back on the radar of Credit Suisse with an ‘outperform’ rating.
German bank Berenberg has puffed up its target price on British American Tobacco (LON:BATS) to 4,000p from 3,850p and repeated a 'buy'.
Berenberg equity analyst, Michelle Wilson, believes a strong online presence is not enough for retailers.
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US broker Jefferies reckons support services provider DCC (LON:DCC) is firing on all cylinders, and has hiked up the price target to 5,900p from 4,500p previously. The rating is 'buy'.