Polymetal International (LON:POLY) Analyst Target Changes

Polymetal International (LON:POLY) Analyst Target Changes

A number of investment brokers have recently updated their price targets on shares of Polymetal International (LON:POLY). According to the latest broker reports outstanding on Tuesday 3rd of January, 6 analysts have a rating of “strong buy”, 0 analysts “buy”, 5 analysts “neutral”, 0 analysts “sell” and 3 analysts “strong sell”.

Recently released broker ratings:

13/12/2016 – Polymetal International had its “Neutral” rating reiterated by analysts at UBS. They now have a GBP 790.00p price target on the stock.

29/11/2016 – Polymetal International had its “Buy” rating reiterated by analysts at Berenberg Bank. They now have a GBP 960.00p price target on the stock.

15/11/2016 – Polymetal International had its “Underperform” rating reiterated by analysts at Jefferies. They now have a GBP 700.00p price target on the stock.

14/11/2016 – Polymetal International had its “Neutral” rating reiterated by analysts at UBS. They now have a GBP 1100.00p price target on the stock.

02/11/2016 – Polymetal International had its “Buy” rating reiterated by analysts at numis. They now have a GBP 330.00p price target on the stock.

14/10/2016 – Polymetal International had its “Underperform” rating reiterated by analysts at Jefferies. They now have a GBP 725.00p price target on the stock.

07/09/2016 – Polymetal International had its “Buy” rating reiterated by analysts at Berenberg Bank. They now have a GBP 1200.00p price target on the stock.

17/08/2016 – Polymetal International had its “Buy” rating reiterated by analysts at Berenberg Bank. They now have a GBP 360.00p price target on the stock.

16/08/2016 – Polymetal International had its “Buy” rating reiterated by analysts at numis. They now have a GBP 370.00p price target on the stock.

26/07/2016 – Polymetal International had its “Buy” rating reiterated by analysts at Deutsche. They now have a GBP 361.00p price target on the stock.

20/07/2016 – Polymetal International had its “Outperform” rating reiterated by analysts at RBC Capital Markets. They now have a GBP 1460.00p price target on the stock.

20/07/2016 – Polymetal International had its “Hold” rating reiterated by analysts at Deutsche. They now have a GBP 820.00p price target on the stock.

20/07/2016 – Polymetal International was upgraded to “Buy” by analysts at numis. They now have a GBP 1550.00p price target on the stock.

14/07/2016 – Polymetal International had its “Underperform” rating reiterated by analysts at Jefferies. They now have a GBP 825.00p price target on the stock.

12/07/2016 – Polymetal International had its “Add” rating reiterated by analysts at numis. They now have a GBP 1250.00p price target on the stock.

The share price of Polymetal International (LON:POLY) was down -0.70% during the last session with a day high of 870.50. 0 shares were traded during the last trading session.

The stock’s 50 day moving average is 779.42 and its 200 day moving average is 952.93. The stock’s market capitalization is 3.64B. Polymetal International has a 52-week low of 511.00 and a 52-week high of 1209.00.

Polymetal International plc is a precious metals mining company. The Company has a portfolio of over seven operating gold and silver mines and a pipeline of projects in Russia, Kazakhstan and Armenia in Russia and Kazakhstan. It operates through eight segments: Voro (CJSC Gold of Northern Urals), Okhotsk operations (LLC Okhotskaya Mining and Exploration Company, Svetloye LLC), Dukat (CJSC Magadan Silver), Omolon (Omolon Gold Mining Company LLC), Varvara (JSC Varvarinskoye), Amursk-Albazino (Albazino Resources Ltd, Amur Hydrometallurgical Plant LLC), Mayskoye (Mayskoye Gold Mining Company LLC) and Kyzyl (Bakyrchik Mining Venture LLP, JSC Inter Gold Capital). Its exploration activities are focused on over five regions in Russia-Khabarovsk, Magadan, Chukotka, Karelia and Ekaterinburg, as well as on Kazakhstan. It has approximately 80 licenses for geological studies and gold, silver, copper and platinum group metals (PGM) mining, covering a total area of over 9,000 square kilometers.
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