Published On: Wed, Oct 19th, 2016

Latest Analyst Reports On Millicom International Cellular SA


Recently stock market analysts have updated their consensus ratings on shares of Millicom International Cellular SA (MIICF).

Most recent broker ratings

04/27/2016 – Millicom International Cellular SA had its “neutral” rating reiterated by analysts at JP Morgan.

04/26/2015 – Millicom International Cellular SA was downgraded to “neutral” by analysts at Natixis.

02/20/2015 – Millicom International Cellular SA was downgraded to “neutral” by analysts at UBS.

01/09/2015 – Millicom International Cellular SA was downgraded to “sector perform” by analysts at RBC Capital.

06/19/2014 – Millicom International Cellular SA was downgraded to “hold” by analysts at Carnegie.

04/14/2014 – Millicom International Cellular SA was downgraded to “sell” by analysts at Berenberg Bank.

03/11/2014 – Millicom International Cellular SA was downgraded to “underweight” by analysts at Morgan Stanley.

01/23/2014 – Millicom International Cellular SA had its “equal weight” rating reiterated by analysts at Barclays. They now have a USD 620 price target on the stock.

10/22/2013 – Millicom International Cellular SA was downgraded to “neutral” by analysts at Citigroup.

Millicom International Cellular SA has a 50 day moving average of 51.42 and a 200 day moving average of 55.35. The stock’s market capitalization is 4.88B, it has a 52-week low of 39.80 and a 52-week high of 64.03.

The share price of the company (MIICF) was up +1.14%, with a high of 49.06 during the day and the volume of Millicom International Cellular SA shares traded was 4768.

Millicom International Cellular S.A. is an international telecommunications and media company. The Company is engaged in providing digital lifestyle services in various markets, through mobile and fixed telephony, cable, broadband and television. Its segments include Latin America and Africa. It operates its mobile businesses in Central America (El Salvador) and in Africa (Chad, Ghana, Rwanda, Senegal and Tanzania). It operates various cable and fixed line businesses in Latin America (Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Bolivia and Paraguay). It provides fixed and mobile communications services, cable and satellite television, Mobile Financial Services (MFS) and local content, such as music and sports, to customers through its consumer brand TIGO. At Tigo Business, it delivers digital solutions for governments, multinationals, large corporations, and small and medium sized businesses. It operates in over 10 countries across Latin America and Africa.