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Mosaic’s Next-12-Month Price Target after Its 2Q16 Results


Nov. 20 2020, Updated 2:07 p.m. ET

Price targets and ratings

Now that Mosaic’s (MOS) 2Q16 earnings update is out, let’s look at how the next-12-month analyst price targets and ratings have changed.

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Target lowered

Following Mosaic’s 2Q16 earnings release, Wall Street analysts revised their next-12-month price target down to $25.48 from $25.64. Bear in mind that this consensus price target is below the August 2, 2016, market price of $27.30. Following the earnings release on August 2, 2016, Mosaic’s share prices rose by about 2.4%.

Over the years, we’ve seen Mosaic’s share price move in tandem with analysts’ price targets. When analysts lower their 12-month price targets, Mosaic’s stock falls, and vice versa.

Analysts’ ratings

Of the 22 analysts surveyed by Bloomberg, about 18% of them gave Mosaic (MOS) a “buy” rating. About 46% of analysts issued a “hold” rating, and 36% issued “sell” rating. We believe this came on the back of the long-term prospects for agricultural fertilizers, which will continue to play an important role in growing crops to feed a growing global population.

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