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A Look at KKR & Co.’s 3Q17 Results

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How Wall Street Analysts Rated KKR after Its 3Q17 Results

More “hold” ratings

KKR & Co. (KKR) was covered by 13 analysts in October 2017, out of which five analysts rated the company’s stock as a “hold.” Of the remaining eight analysts, four gave “strong buy” ratings on KKR, and another four rated the stock as a “buy.”

How Wall Street Analysts Rated KKR after Its 3Q17 Results

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In July, August, and September 2017, KKR was analyzed by 13 analysts. The ratings on KKR stock remained the same as in October 2017.

Ratings on KKR’s peers

KKR & Co.’s peer (XLF) Ares Management (ARES) was covered by seven analysts in October 2017. Two analysts gave “hold” ratings on ARES, and three analysts gave “strong buy” ratings on the stock.

ARES received “buy” ratings from the remaining two analysts. No analysts gave any “strong sell” or “sell” ratings to ARES in October 2017. The analysts’ ratings on ARES have remained the same during the past few months.

Oaktree Capital Group (OAK) was covered by ten analysts in October 2017. Seven analysts gave “hold” ratings on the stock, and three analysts gave “strong buy” ratings on OAK.

However, no analysts have given “buy,” “strong sell,” or “sell” ratings to OAK. These ratings have not changed compared with its ratings from August and September 2017.

In July 2017, OAK was covered by ten analysts, out of which four analysts rated the stock as a “strong buy,” and six analysts rated the stock as a “hold.”

In October 2017, Fortress Investment Group (FIG) was covered by two analysts. Both analysts gave “hold” ratings on the stock. In September 2017, FIG was analyzed by three analysts, all of which rated the stock as a “hold.”

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