Are Analysts Bearish Abengoa Yield PLC (NASDAQ:ABY) After Last Week?

Out of 6 analysts covering Abengoa Yield (NASDAQ:ABY), 0 rate it “Buy”, 0 “Sell”, while 0 “Hold”. This means NaN are positive. Abengoa Yield was the topic in 8 analyst reports since August 3, 2015 according to StockzIntelligence Inc. Below is a list of Abengoa Yield PLC (NASDAQ:ABY) latest ratings and price target changes.

09/02/2016 Broker: HSBC Rating: Old Target: $23.00 New Target: $16.00 Target Down
30/11/2015 Broker: Canaccord Genuity Old Rating: Buy New Rating: Hold Old Target: $29.5 New Target: $16.0 Downgrade
30/11/2015 Broker: Bank of America Old Rating: Neutral New Rating: Underperform Downgrade
21/10/2015 Broker: RBC Capital Markets Rating: Old Target: $47.00 New Target: $32.00 Target Down

The stock increased 3.34% or $0.55 during the last trading session, hitting $17.04. About 213,206 shares traded hands. Abengoa Yield PLC (NASDAQ:ABY) has declined 26.25% since September 3, 2015 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 30.91% the S&P500.

Abengoa Yield plc is an engineering and clean technology company. The company has a market cap of $1.68 billion. The Firm owns, manages, and acquires renewable energy, conventional power, electric transmission lines, and other contracted revenue-generating assets, focused on North America and South America (Peru, Chile, Brazil and Uruguay), as well as Europe (Spain). It currently has negative earnings. The Company’s business sectors include renewable energy, which includes its activities related to the production electricity from solar power and wind plants; Conventional power, which includes its activities related to the production of electricity and steam from natural gas and electric transmission lines, which includes its activities related to the operation of electric transmission lines.

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