Energy distributor DCC (LON:DCC) gets an upgrade from analysts at German bank Berenberg today, who lifted the target price on the shares to £5,850 from £4,780.
It comes after the group's acquisition of Butagaz, France’s second largest LPG business and DCC’s largest acquisition to date.
"We believe the lower oil price is putting increased pressure on oil majors to dispose of downstream assets and view DCC, the market leader in Energy distribution in Europe, as a likely beneficiary," said the broker, rating the shares 'buy'.
Cantor also rose its target price on the shares to 500p from 440p.
Fashion group Burberry (LON:BRBY) gets its target price slashed to 2,319p today from 2,513p by Goldman Sachs.
Last week, the group's full year results got a disappointed reaction from investors.
Positives on revenues and pre-tax profit were overshadowed by a 1.1% drop in adjusted profits, with FX costs weighing, and a cautious outlook statement.