13 Nov

Key Dates for Consumer Stocks This Week

WRITTEN BY Sushree Mohanty

Key dates this week

The following chart shows the key dates for consumer stocks this week:

Key Dates for Consumer Stocks This Week

Analysts’ rating changes last week

On November 9, 2017, Barclays downgraded Philip Morris International (PM) stock to “market weight” from “overweight.” Of the analysts surveyed, 50% of them rated the stock a “buy,” while 50% rated it a “hold.” None of them rated it a “sell.”

On November 8, 2017, Société Générale upgraded General Mills (GIS) stock to a “hold” from a “sell” and reduced its target price to $50 from $52. Of the analysts surveyed, 9% of them rated the stock a “buy,” 72% rated it a “hold,” and 19% rated it a “sell.”

On November 7, 2017, Susquehanna upgraded Under Armour (UAA) (UA) to “neutral” from “negative” and cut the target price to $11 from $15. Of the analysts surveyed, 67% of them have rated the stock a “buy,” while 33% have rated it a “hold.” None of them have rated it a “sell.”

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

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