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Consumer Sector Overview for the Week of September 25–29

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Consumer Sector Overview for the Week of September 25–29 PART 5 OF 5

Key Dates for Consumer Stocks in the First Week of October

Key dates this week

The following chart shows the key dates for the first week in October.

Key Dates for Consumer Stocks in the First Week of October

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Analysts’ rating changes last week

On September 28, Goldman Sachs raised the target price for Coca-Cola (KO) to $117 from $116. Of the analysts surveyed, 38% rated the stock as a “buy,” 58% rated it as a “hold,” and 4% rated it as a “sell.”

On September 28, Goldman Sachs raised the target price for Philip Morris International (PM) to $135 from $133. Of the analysts surveyed, 47% rated the stock as a “buy,” 53% rated it as a “hold,” and none of the analysts rated it as a “sell.”

On September 26, Cowen and Company upgraded Altria Group (MO) stock to “outperform” from “market perform” and raised the target price to $71 from $64. Goldman Sachs cut the target price for the stock to $67 from $70. Of the analysts surveyed, 53% rated the stock as a “buy,” 47% rated it as a “hold,” and none of the analysts rated it as a “sell.”

On September 27, JPMorgan Chase cut the target price for Kraft Heinz (KHC) to $87 from $95. Of the analysts surveyed, 74% rated the stock as a “buy,” 26% rated it as a “hold,” and none of the analysts rated it as a “sell.”

On September 27, Baird upgraded Darden Restaurants (DRI) stock to an “outperform” rating. Maxim upgraded the stock to “buy” from “hold” and raised the target price to $93 from $90.

On September 27, JPMorgan Chase cut the target price for Mondelez International (MDLZ) to $44 from $49. Of the analysts surveyed, 81% rated the stock as a “buy,” 19% rated it as a “hold,” and none of the analysts rated it as a “sell.”

On September 25, Morgan Stanley upgraded Colgate-Palmolive (CL) stock to “overweight” from “equal weight” and raised the target price to $84 from $75. Of the analysts surveyed, 17% rated the stock as a “buy,” 83% rated it as a “hold,” and none of the analysts rated it as a “sell.”

On September 27, JPMorgan Chase cut the target price for General Mills (GIS) to $49 from $54. Of the analysts surveyed, 10% rated the stock as a “buy,” 65% rated it as a “hold,” and 25% rated it as a “sell.”

On September 28, Goldman Sachs cut the target price for Monster Beverage (MNST) to $58 from $59. Of the analysts surveyed, 22% rated the stock as a “buy,” 56% rated it as a “hold,” and 22% rated it as a “sell.”

On September 28, Longbow upgraded McDonald’s (MCD) to “buy” from “neutral.” Of the analysts surveyed, 72% rated the stock as a “buy,” 28% rated it as a “hold,” and none of the analysts rated it as a “sell.”

On September 28, Goldman Sachs upgraded Brown-Forman (BF-B) to “neutral” from “sell” and raised the target price to $56 from $51. Of the analysts surveyed, 6% rated the stock as a “buy,” 76% rated it as a “hold,” and 18% rated it as a “sell.”

For more information, visit Market Realist’s Consumer Discretionary and Consumer Staples pages.

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