Pearson plc (LON:PSON) price target raised to GBX 835 by Barclays

Analyst Ratings For Pearson plc (LON:PSON)

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Today, Barclays raised its price target on Pearson plc (LON:PSON) to GBX 835 per share.

There are 8 Sell Ratings, 4 Hold Ratings, 3 Buy Ratings, no Strong Buy Ratings on the stock.

The current consensus rating on Pearson plc (LON:PSON) is Hold with a consensus target price of GBX 719.87 per share, a potential .

Some recent analyst ratings include

  • 7/30/2018-Deutsche Bank Reiterated Rating of Sell.
  • 7/27/2018-Numis Securities Reiterated Rating of Sell.
  • 7/27/2018-Liberum Capital Reiterated Rating of Sell.
  • 7/25/2018-Citigroup Reiterated Rating of Buy.
  • 7/23/2018-Shore Capital Reiterated Rating of Hold.

    About Pearson plc (LON:PSON)
    Pearson plc provides educational products and services to institutions, governments, professional bodies, and individual learners worldwide. The company operates through three segments: North America, Core, and Growth. It offers courseware services, including curriculum materials provided in book form and/or via access to digital content; and assessments, such as test development, processing, and scoring services. The company also operates schools, colleges, and universities; and English language teaching centers, as well as provides online learning services in partnership with universities and other academic institutions. In addition, it sells books; delivers and installs off -the-shelf software; and provides services to academic institutions, such as program development, student acquisition, education technology, and student support services, as well as undertakes contracts to process qualifying tests for individual professions and government departments under multi-year contractual arrangements. The company was founded in 1844 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

    Recent Trading Activity for Pearson plc (LON:PSON)
    Shares of Pearson plc closed the previous trading session at 947,40 −10,00 1,04 % with 0 shares trading hands.

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