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Apollo Global in 2017: A Company Breakdown

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Apollo Global on the Street: Analysts’ Ratings amid Lower Valuations

APO’s price target and ratings

Analysts’ have a given a price target of $29.93 for Apollo Global Management (APO) stock. This target represents a rise of 9.63% from the stock’s current price level.

Of the 17 analysts currently covering the stock, 11 analysts have given “buy” ratings, and the remaining six have given “hold” ratings. These ratings have been consistent for the past three months.

Apollo Global on the Street: Analysts&#8217; Ratings amid Lower Valuations

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Apollo is currently undervalued and is considered by many to be a value pick. In 1Q17, Apollo’s AUM (assets under management) stood at $197 billion, representing a rise of 14% on a YoY (year-over-year) basis. This is close to its long-term goal of $250 billion–300 billion.

Peer ratings

The analyst ratings of alternative asset managing peers (XLF) KKR & Company (KKR) and BlackRock (BLK) have been consistent for the past three months.

Of the 16 analysts currently covering KKR (KKR), nine have given “buy” ratings, and seven have given “hold” ratings.

Of the 14 analysts covering Carlyle Group (CG) stock, eight have given “buy” ratings, while six have given “hold” ratings.

Of the 16 analysts covering BlackRock (BLK) stock, ten have given “buy” ratings, and the remaining six have given “hold” ratings.

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