Published On: Fri, Oct 13th, 2017

What Do Analysts Think Of SSP GROUP (LON:SSPG) This Week?


Currently 16 brokers are covering SSP GROUP (LON:SSPG), 3 rate it “Strong Buy”, 1 “Buy”, 0 “Sell”, 3 “Strong Sell”, while 9 “Neutral”.

Below are the most recently updated broker updates which include ratings and price targets for SSP GROUP (LON:SSPG).

12/09/2017 – Broker: Citigroup Rating: Neutral reiteration

21/07/2017 – Broker: Goldman Sachs Rating: Neutral New Target: 512.00p newcoverage

13/07/2017 – Broker: Canaccord Genuity Rating: Sell New Target: 410.00p reiteration

12/07/2017 – Broker: Numis Securities Rating: Add New Target: 510.00p reiteration

05/07/2017 – Broker: JP Morgan Cazenove Rating: Neutral New Target: 405.00p reiteration

24/05/2017 – Broker: Canaccord Genuity Rating: Sell New Target: 410.00p reiteration

19/05/2017 – Broker: JP Morgan Cazenove Rating: Neutral New Target: 400.00p reiteration

19/05/2017 – Broker: Citigroup Rating: Buy New Target: 530.00p reiteration

16/05/2017 – Broker: Deutsche Rating: Hold New Target: 440.00p reiteration

11/05/2017 – Broker: JP Morgan Cazenove Rating: Neutral New Target: 395.00p reiteration

26/04/2017 – Broker: Deutsche Rating: Hold New Target: 440.00p reiteration

12/04/2017 – Broker: Numis Securities Rating: Add New Target: 450.00p reiteration

14/02/2017 – Broker: Canaccord Genuity Rating: Sell New Target: 375.00p downgrade

27/01/2017 – Broker: JP Morgan Cazenove Rating: Neutral New Target: 400.00p reiteration

23/01/2017 – Broker: Jefferies Rating: Buy New Target: 450.00p upgrade

The average price target from the most recent broker reports is 437.64

The stock increased +1.43% (+8.00) during the last trading session, reaching 568.00 and roughly 361229 shares were bought or sold by traders.

SSP Group plc is an operator of food and beverage concessions in travel locations, operating restaurants, bars, cafes, food courts, lounges and stores in airports, train stations, motorway service stations and other locations. The Company’s segments are the UK, Continental Europe, North America and the Rest of the World (RoW). The UK includes operations in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland; Continental Europe includes operations in the Nordic countries, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Spain; North America includes operations in the United States and Canada, and RoW includes operations in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Asia Pacific. It has business at approximately 130 airports and over 280 rail stations, and operates approximately 2,000 units in over 30 countries around the world. Its brands include both international brands, such as Burger King and Starbucks, and its own brands, such as Upper Crust and Ritazza.