Vossloh (ETR:VOS) Receives a Higher Rating From equinet AG. Will This be a Boost to the Share Price?

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Vossloh (ETR:VOS) Stock Upgrade

equinet AG upgraded shares of Vossloh (ETR:VOS) to a solid Buy rating in analysts report shared with investors and clients on Saturday morning. Analysts currently have a EUR 74.00 TP set on the stock. This TP would possibly suggest a possible upside of 21.39% from the stock price of the stock.

From a total of 9 analysts covering Vossloh (ETR:VOS) stock, 4 rate it a ”Buy”, 0 a “Sell”, and 5 a ”Hold”. This means that 44% of the ratings are positive. The highest target price is €80 while the lowest target price is €60. The mean of all analyst targets is €69.44 with a 14.21% above today’s (€60.8) stock price. Vossloh was the topic of 16 analyst reports since July 23, 2015 according to the firm StockzIntelligence Inc. Commerzbank maintained shares on November 28 with “Hold” rating. Warburg Research upgraded shares to “Buy” rating and €70 target share price in a report from an October 23. Equinet upgraded VOS stock in a recent report from November 28 to “Buy” rating. UBS maintained the rating on October 3. UBS has a “Neutral” rating and a €70 price target on shares. Finally, S&P Research upgraded the stock to “Buy” rating in a report issued on an October 31.

The stock decreased 2.47% or EUR 1.54 on November 27, striking EUR 60.8. Approximately 29,851 shares of stock traded hands or 17.91% up from the average. Vossloh AG (ETR:VOS) has declined 37.78% since May 1, 2015 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 36.89% the S&P500.

 Vossloh (ETR:VOS) Receives a Higher Rating From equinet AG. Will This be a Boost to the Share Price?

Vossloh AG is a Germany-based holding firm engaged in the rail technology markets. The company has a market cap of 810.18 million EUR. The Company’s main business comprises rail infrastructure services and products, rail vehicles, and components for rail vehicles and busses. It currently has negative earnings. It operates through two divisions: Rail Infrastructure and Transportation.

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