How Wall Street Analysts View State Street after 3Q17 Results
More ‘hold’ ratings
In November 2017, State Street (STT) is being analyzed by 20 analysts. Thirteen of them have suggested a “hold” for the stock, and four have rated it a “strong buy.” The remaining three have given it a “buy” rating. Those ratings were unchanged from the previous month.
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In September 2017, STT was covered by 21 analysts. Five of them rated STT a “strong buy” that month, and three gave it a “buy” rating. The remaining 13 analysts gave the stock a “hold” rating.
In November 2017, 29 analysts were tracking JPMorgan Chase (JPM). Two of them gave it a “sell” recommendation, while 13 have recommended a “hold.” Seven analysts have rated JPM a “strong buy,” and seven have given it a “buy.” These ratings were unchanged from October 2017.
In September 2017, 30 analysts were tracking JPM. Twelve of them suggested a “hold” for the stock, and eight rated it a “strong buy.” Two analysts have given it a “sell” rating, and eight have given it a “buy.”
In November 2017, 20 analysts are covering State Street’s competitor (XLF) the Bank of New York Mellon (BK). Two of them have rated the stock a “strong sell.” Twelve have suggested a “hold,” and four have suggested a “strong buy.” The remaining two analysts have given it a “buy” rating. These ratings are unchanged from the ratings in October 2017.
GAIN Capital Holdings (GCAP) is tracked by four analysts. One of them has rated it a “buy,” and three have rated it a “hold.”