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Deutsche Bank retains buy rating on Gecina, cuts price target

EditorRachael Rajan
Published 11/22/2023, 11:22 AM
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PARIS - Deutsche Bank has maintained its buy rating on Gecina, a prominent player in Europe's real estate market, and continues to spotlight the company as a top pick. Today, Gecina's shares experienced a notable rise, climbing 2.3% on the Paris Bourse, outperforming the broader SBF 120 index's gain of just 0.6%. Despite the positive sentiment, Deutsche Bank adjusted Gecina's price target down to €110 from the previous €120. This revision is attributed to potential challenges forecasted for the first half of next year due to the impact of recent interest rate hikes.

The adjustment in Gecina's price target reflects caution regarding the expected sector headwinds; however, the stock has demonstrated resilience and robust performance amidst these predictions. Since the beginning of the year, Gecina has seen its stock price increase by nearly 4%, positioning it as one of the SBF 120 index's strong performers. The bank also identifies other real estate firms such as Klépierre, Merlin, Vonovia, and Instone as notable stocks within this sector that have shown similar strength.

Investors are keeping an eye on these developments within the real estate market as they consider the implications of monetary policy changes on sector performance. The strategic positions taken by Deutsche Bank offer insights into potential opportunities within this changing landscape.

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