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TickerReport.Com: "Jefferies Group Reiterates 'Hold' Rating for Hammerson plc (HMSO)"

"Jefferies Group restated their hold rating on shares of Hammerson plc (LON:HMSO) in a report issued on Monday. They currently have a GBX 625 ($10.20) target price on the stock.

"... Shares of Hammerson plc (LON:HMSO) opened at 598.50 on Monday. Hammerson plc has a 52-week low of GBX 486.10 and a 52-week high of GBX 620.50. The stock’s 50-day moving average is GBX 602.0 and its 200-day moving average is GBX 584.3. The company’s market cap is £4.261 billion.

"A number of other analysts have also recently weighed in on HMSO. 
Analysts at AlphaValue reiterated a reduce rating on shares of Hammerson plc in a research note on Thursday. They now have a GBX 572 ($9.33) price target on the stock. 

Separately, analysts at Deutsche Bank reiterated a hold rating on shares of Hammerson plc in a research note on Wednesday, September 17th. They now have a GBX 530 ($8.65) price target on the stock. 

Finally, analysts at Liberum Capital upgraded shares of Hammerson plc to a buy rating in a research note on Tuesday, September 16th. They now have a GBX 664 ($10.83) price target on the stock, up previously from GBX 643 ($10.49). 

One equities research analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, nine have assigned a hold rating and five have assigned a buy rating to the stock. The stock has a consensus rating of Hold and an average price target of GBX 611.67 ($9.98).

Hammerson plc is a real estate investment trust (LON:HMSO).

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Financial Flimflam:
Why Economic Experts' Predictions Fail

"Why are experts (along with us non-experts) so bad at making predictions?

"The world is a messy, complex and contingent place with countless intervening variables and confounding factors, which our brains are not equipped to evaluate.

"We evolved the capacity to make snap decisions based on short-term predictions, not rational analysis about long-term investments, and so we deceive ourselves into thinking that experts can foresee the future.

"This self-deception among professional prognosticators was investigated by University of California, Berkeley, professor Philip E. Tetlock, as reported in his 2005 book Expert Political Judgment. 

After testing 284 experts in political science, economics, history and journalism in a staggering 82,361 predictions about the future, Tetlock concluded that they did little better than 'a dart-throwing chimpanzee'."

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