AVEVA Group plc (LON:AVV) price target raised to GBX 2,685 by HSBC

Analyst Ratings For AVEVA Group plc (LON:AVV)

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Today, HSBC raised its price target on AVEVA Group plc (LON:AVV) to GBX 2,685 per share.

There are 4 Hold Ratings, 3 Buy Ratings, 1 Sell Ratings, no Strong Buy Ratings on the stock.

The current consensus rating on AVEVA Group plc (LON:AVV) is Hold with a consensus target price of GBX 3,182.86 per share, a potential .

Some recent analyst ratings include

  • 4/23/2019-AVEVA Group plc (LON:AVV) had its Neutral rating reiterated by UBS Group with a GBX 3,365 price target

    About AVEVA Group plc (LON:AVV)
    AVEVA Group Plc, through its subsidiaries, provides engineering and industrial software for process and hybrid industries in the Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the Americas. It provides solutions covering various aspects of the asset life cycle, including conceptual modeling and 3D design, process simulation, optimization, and manufacturing operations management. The company's solutions include engineering, procurement, and construction; asset performance; monitoring and control; planning and scheduling; and operation and optimization solutions. It also provides AVEVA Connect, a unified industrial software platform; and engages in the licensing, maintenance, support, and servicing of software, as well as the provision of consultancy, implementation, and training services. The company serves customers in the oil and gas, food and beverage, pharma, marine, building and infrastructure, mining, chemicals, life sciences, power and utilities, pulp and paper, steel fabrication, and water and wastewater industries in approximately 40 countries. AVEVA Group Plc was founded in 1967 and is headquartered in Cambridge, the United Kingdom. AVEVA Group plc operates as a subsidiary of Schneider Electric S.E.

    Recent Trading Activity for AVEVA Group plc (LON:AVV)
    Shares of AVEVA Group plc closed the previous trading session at 3,366.00 −26.00 0.77% with shares trading hands.

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