UPDATE: J.P. Morgan Reiterates Overweight Rating, Raises PT on General Electric
In a report published Wednesday, J.P. Morgan & Co. reiterated its Overweight rating on General Electric Company (NYSE: GE), and slightly raised its price target from $21.00 to $22.00.
J.P. Morgan noted, “As a late-cycle business, with fundamentals relatively close to trough and visible drivers for above average growth with margin leverage for the next 3-5 years in most reasonable economic scenarios (starting in 3Q12), GE Oil & Gas is a key support to the differentiated GE industrial growth/multiple expansion story we see in the years ahead. The GE growth story, missing for over a decade, starts here. We are raising our PT and remain OW.”
General Electric Company closed on Tuesday at $20.51.
Latest Ratings for GE
|Jul 2016||Standpoint Research||Initiates Coverage on||Sell|
|Jun 2016||Cowen & Company||Initiates Coverage on||Market Perform|
|May 2016||JP Morgan||Initiates Coverage on||Underweight|
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