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Analyzing Wall Street Targets for INT, ANDV and CVE

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To conclude the series on movers and shakers in the refining and marketing and integrated energy sector, we will now look at the Wall Street recommendations for some of the gainers and decliners, in this week, which we have been discussing in this series.

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Recommendations for World Fuel Services

As of January 31, 2018, Reuters reported four analysts having recommendations on World Fuel Services (INT). Of these, one analyst has “Strong Buy” recommendation on INT. There are two “Hold” recommendations and one “Sell,” recommendation on INT. There are no “Buy” and “Strong Sell” ratings on the stock.

The median price target for INT is $38.00, which is ~36% higher than January 31, 2018, closing price of $27.89.

Recommendations for Andeavor

As of January 31, 2018, Reuters reported 21 analysts having recommendations on Andeavor ANDV). Of these, four analysts have “Strong Buy” recommendation, while 12 analysts have “Buy” recommendations on ANDV. There are five “Hold” recommendations and no “Sell,” or “Strong Sell” ratings on the stock.

The median price target for ANDV is $138, which is ~28% higher than January 31, 2018, closing price of $108.16.

Recommendations for Cenovus Energy

Currently, ~43% Wall Street analysts rate Cenovus Energy (CVE) a “strong buy” or “buy,” and ~50% rate it a “hold.” Around 7% analysts have “Sell,” or “Strong Sell” ratings on the stock.

The median price target for CVE is $14.50, which is ~52% higher than January 31, 2018, closing price of $9.55.

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