AIG’s Analyst Ratings Suggest a 10% Upside in Fiscal 2017
American International Group’s (AIG) analyst ratings suggest a marginally weaker performance in the upcoming quarters. In June 2017, 13 of the 19 analysts covering AIG rated AIG as a “buy” or a “strong buy.” Five analysts rated it as a “hold,” and one analyst gave it an “underperform” rating.
Since March 2017, AIG’s ratings have declined marginally, with “buy” ratings declining from five to four. Its “hold” ratings have fallen from six to five, and one analyst gave it an “underperform” rating. Wall Street analysts have given AIG a one-year price target of $69, implying positive growth of ~9.3%.
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