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How Analysts View Interactive Brokers after 4Q17 Results

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Jan. 25 2018, Updated 7:31 a.m. ET

Ratings after 4Q17

Interactive Brokers Group (IBKR) is covered by six analysts in January 2018. None of them have given the stock a “buy” or “sell” rating. One analyst has given it a “strong buy,” two are recommending a “strong sell,” and three are suggesting a “hold.”

Six analysts covered IBKR in December 2017, and none of them gave it a “buy” or “sell” rating. Four analysts suggested a “hold,” one rated it a “strong sell,” and one recommended a “strong buy.”

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IBKR’s peers

CME Group (CME) is covered by 14 analysts in January 2018. None of them have rated the stock a “strong sell” or “sell.” Three analysts are suggesting a “strong buy,” five are recommending a “hold,” and six are suggesting a “buy.” In the past two months, the ratings were the same.

Fifteen analysts were covering CME in October 2017. Four of them suggested a “strong buy,” five rated it a “hold,” and six recommended a “buy.”

Interactive Brokers Group’s competitor (XLF) Morgan Stanley (MS) is covered by 27 analysts in January 2018. Nine of them are suggesting a “hold,” one is suggesting a “sell,” 11 are recommending a “strong buy,” and six are suggesting a “buy.” The ratings were different in December 2017.

Twenty-seven analysts were covering MS in December 2017. Twelve of them rated it a “strong buy,” nine suggested a “hold,” one rated it a “sell,” and five recommended a “buy.”

Bank of America (BAC) is covered by 32 analysts. Fourteen of them are suggesting a “strong buy,” eight are recommending a “hold,” one is suggesting a “sell,” and nine are recommending a “buy.”

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