Compass Minerals International
Compass Minerals International (CMP) has returned losses of 9.8% YTD (year-to-date) and joins the list of companies (MOO) including Mosaic (MOS), CVR Partners (UAN), and Scotts Miracle-Gro (SMG), which has had a lackluster performance so far in 2017.
The current consensus mean rating on Compass Minerals International for the next-12-month period stood at 2.9 with a “hold” recommendation. Out of the eight analysts surveyed by Reuters, only one analyst had a “strong buy” recommendation on the stock, while none had a “buy” recommendation on the company for the next-12-month period.
Most of the analysts had a “hold” recommendation on the company for the next 12 months, while one analyst had a “sell” recommendation on the stock over the same period. None of the analysts had a “strong sell” recommendation on the stock for the next-12-month period.
The analysts’ price recommendation on the stock has pretty much remained unchanged since December 2016.
As of September 18, the consensus mean price target on CMP stood at $69.5 per share, which was about 1.6% lower than the closing price of $70 on the same day. The median price target was even lower at $67.5 on September 18.
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