JPMorgan Downgrades Oasis Midstream Partners (OMP) to Neutral
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JPMorgan analyst Jeremy Tonet downgraded Oasis Midstream Partners (NYSE: OMP) from Overweight to Neutral with a price target of $25.00 (from $22.00).
The cites the valuation for the downgrade following recent outperformance. He maintains a favorable view on the company's sizeable growth potential.
Shares of Oasis Midstream Partners closed at $23.23 yesterday.
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