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State Street in 1H17: Total Revenues, Total Expenses, and More

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How Wall Street Analysts View State Street

STT’s ratings

Of the 20 analysts analyzing State Street Corporation (STT), 13 analysts (or 65%) rated the stock as a “hold,” and three analysts (or 15%) gave a “buy” rating on the company’s stock. The remaining four analysts (or 20%) rated STT stock as a “strong buy.”

How Wall Street Analysts View State Street

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Competitor analysis

State Street’s peers (XLF) include SEI Investments Company (SEIC), Northern Trust Corporation (NTRS), and Federated Investors (FII).

Out of six analysts covering SEI Investments Company (SEIC), two analysts rated the company’s stock as a “strong buy,” and two analysts gave a “buy” rating on the stock. However, the remaining two analysts rated the stock as a “hold.” These ratings remained the same when compared with the ratings in July and August 2017.

Federated Investors (FII) is covered by eight analysts, out of which four analysts gave “hold” ratings on the company’s stock, and one analyst rated the stock as a “buy.” Coming to the remaining three analysts, one rated FII stock as a “sell,” and two gave “strong sell” ratings.

Northern Trust Corporation (NTRS) is covered by 19 analysts, out of which one analyst rated the stock as a “strong sell,” and 12 analysts rated NTRS stock as a “hold.” A “buy” rating was given by four analysts, and a “strong buy” rating was given by the remaining two analysts.

In August 2017, Northern Trust was covered by 20 analysts, and 13 analysts gave “hold” ratings on its stock. A “strong buy” rating was given by three analysts, and a “buy” rating was given by three analysts. The remaining one analyst gave a “strong sell” rating on its stock.

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