Deutsche Bank Upgrades Consolidated Edison (ED) to Hold
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Deutsche Bank upgraded Consolidated Edison (NYSE: ED) from Sell to Hold with a price target of $74.
Analyst Jonathan Arnold said, "We upgrade ED to Hold from Sell, reflecting ED and the overall utility sector’s more reasonable valuation after a Q3 pullback. We see better relative upside in other regulated utilities, but no longer see a Sell rating as warranted given our $74 target."
Shares of Consolidated Edison closed at $73.17 yesterday.
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