Royal Bank of Scotland, Barclays and Lloyds Bank felt the wrath of the brokers on Monday as all were downgraded following the UK’s decision to leave the EU
Broadcaster ITV was downgraded, as was airline group IAG
Small caps received the backing of brokers today as there were no upgrades for any major firms
Liberum offers its stock tips should the UK decide to leave the EU or should it decide to stay
Jefferies International has seemingly lost faith in communications groups, as it downgraded its target prices for Sky PLC (LON:SKY), TalkTalk Telecom Group PLC (LON:TALK), BT Group PLC (LON:BT) and Vodafone Group PLC (LON:VOD).
Cuts to the price targets of Next and Frankie & Benny’s owner Restaurant Group were the highlights of a fairly quiet Monday on the broker front
Poundland and Tesco have both been downgraded today, while brokers disagree on the prospects of Imperial Brands…
Also AFC energy gets a "helpful" cash injection from the EU and Ariana finds a new vein.
JP Morgan Cazenove enjoyed a busy day, as brokers were mixed in their outlooks for two transport firms
UBS upgrades gas and electricity firm Centrica, while Berenberg moves Aveva Group the other way
Vodafone, Just Eat, BT and Rambler Metals
The broker moves both recruiters Hays PLC and Michael Page International to 'sell' from 'hold'.
Barclays said EnQuest may be through the worst of the oil price downturn
Liberum rates shares a 'buy' and targets 65p, up from 55p.
ICAP & Tullet Prebon, Weir Group, Rio Tinto, Accesso Technology, and Goals Soccer Centres are in Tuesday's broker spotlight.
Cairn and Wolseley both get downgraded, but things are looking up for Indivior, Aminex and Solo Oil.