Analyst Activity – TD Securities Lowers Its Price Target On Aimia (TSE:AIM) to C$3.75

Analyst Ratings For Aimia (TSE:AIM)

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Today, TD Securities lowered its price target on Aimia (TSE:AIM) to C$3.75 per share.

There are 2 sell ratings, 4 hold ratings, 1 buy rating on the stock.

The current consensus rating on Aimia (TSE:AIM) is Hold (Score: 1.86) with a consensus target price of C$5.94 per share, a potential .

Some recent analyst ratings include

  • 5/11/2017-National Bank Financial was Downgraded by analysts at National Bank Financial from a “Sector Perform Market Weight ” rating to a ” Underperform Market Weight” rating.
  • 5/11/2017-BMO Capital Markets was Downgraded by analysts at BMO Capital Markets from a “Market Perform ” rating to a ” Underperform” rating. They now have a C$5.00 price target on the stock, up previously from C$10.00 .

    About Aimia (TSE:AIM)
    Aimia Inc. is a data-driven marketing and loyalty analytics company. The Company’s segments include Americas Coalitions, International Coalitions, Global Loyalty Solutions (GLS), and Corporate and Other. Within the Americas Coalitions segment, the Company owns and operates the Aeroplan Program, which is Canada’s coalition loyalty program, and its Canadian non-platform based loyalty services business. Within the International Coalitions segment, the Company owns and operates Nectar, which is the United Kingdom’s coalition loyalty program, and Air Miles Middle East, a coalition loyalty program in the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Bahrain. The International Coalitions segment also includes its Shopper Insights and Communications business, which provides data-driven analytics and insights services to retailers and their suppliers. Within GLS segment, it provides clients with end-to-end loyalty solutions across the globe with operations in Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific.

    Recent Trading Activity for Aimia (TSE:AIM)
    Shares of Aimia closed the previous trading session at 2.65 down -0.41 -13.40% with 3,211,854 shares trading hands.

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