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Understanding Analysts’ Views on KKR

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KKR & Company (KKR) is being covered by 14 analysts as of March 2018, five of whom have suggested “strong buys” and another five of whom have suggested “holds” on the stock.

Four analysts have given the stock “buy” ratings. There have been no changes in analysts’ ratings on KKR over the past few months.

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Ratings on CBG, ARES, and AMP

In March, KKR’s competitor (XLF) CBRE Group (CBG) is being covered by ten analysts, four of whom have suggested “strong buys” and three of whom have suggested “holds” on the stock. Another three analysts have recommended “buys” on the stock.

CBG’s ratings last month weren’t the same. Of the nine analysts who were tracking CBG in February, two suggested “strong buys” and four suggested “holds” on the stock. Three analysts suggested “buys” on CBG.

In March, six analysts are tracking Ares Management (ARES), three of whom have given it “strong buys” and three of whom have given it “holds.” No analysts have suggested “buys,” “strong sells,” or “sells” on the stock.

In March, Ameriprise Financial (AMP) is being covered by 12 analysts, two of whom have suggested “strong buys” and none of whom have suggested “strong sells” or “sells” on the stock. Four analysts have given it “buy” ratings, and six analysts have given it “hold” ratings.

Of the 11 analysts that tracked AMP in February, three suggested “buys” on the stock, and five suggested “holds.” Three analysts suggested “strong buys” on the stock.

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