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In the previous article, we looked at Gaslog Partners’ acquisition of Solaris from Gaslog. Now in this article, we’ll see analyst recommendations for these two companies.

What Analysts Recommend for Gaslog and Gaslog Partners

Consensus rating

According to Reuters, the consensus rating for Gaslog Partners (GLOP) is 1.83, which means “buy.” The consensus rating for Gaslog (GLOG) is 1.81. The consensus ratings for other LNG Carrier companies are as follows:

  • Dynagas LNG Partners (DLNG): 2.1 (buy)
  • Teekay LNG Partners (TGP): 2.3 (buy)
  • Hoegh LNG Partners (HMLP): 1.4 (strong buy)

Consensus recommendations

Sixteen analysts give recommendations on Gaslog. Out of these, 13 analysts are bullish on the stock. Six analysts recommend a “strong buy,” and seven analysts recommend a “buy.” Three analysts give “hold” ratings on the stock. None of the analysts recommend a “sell” or “strong sell.”

The consensus 12-month target price on GLOG is $19.18. Compared to the current market price of $16.8 on September 14, the target price implies a potential upside of 13.8%.

Twelve analysts give recommendations on Gaslog Partners (GLOP). None of the analysts revised their recommendation on GLOP in 2017. Out of 12, ten analysts are bullish on GLOP. Four analysts recommend a “strong buy,” and six analysts recommend a “buy” on the stock. Two analysts give GLOP a “hold” rating. None of the analysts recommend a “sell” or “strong sell” for the stock.

The consensus 12-month target price on GLOP is $26.8. Compared to the current market price of $22.5 on September 14, the target price implies a potential upside of 19.4%.

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