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Celanese

$97.99

-0.685 (-0.69%)

18:01
10/15/18
10/15
18:01
10/15/18
18:01

Celanese unveils Customer Options Mapping approach to customer engagement

Celanese announced its commitment to partner with customers to identify mutually high value opportunities and launch collaborative projects through its new Customer Options Mapping approach to customer engagement. Through its project-based model, Celanese partners teams of engineers and product specialists with customers to solve a full range of materials challenges. Project teams leverage an industry-leading portfolio of material solutions and technical capabilities including part processing, testing, design and prototyping to provide a full solution set to solve customer problems and reduce their complexity.

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CE Celanese
$97.99

-0.685 (-0.69%)

05/17/18
UBSW
05/17/18
UPGRADE
Target $130
UBSW
Buy
Celanese upgraded to Buy at UBS
As reported previously, UBS analyst John Roberts upgraded Celanese to Buy from Neutral. The analyst believes the shares are undervalued and investors do not appreciate the stability and growth in the acetyls chain and the long-term potential in Engineered Materials. He said the company is on track to deliver earnings growth of greater than 10%, with the potential for upside from strategic optionality. Roberts raised his price target to $130 from $120 on Celanese shares.
05/17/18
05/17/18
UPGRADE

On The Fly: Top five analyst upgrades
Catch up on today's top five analyst upgrades with this list compiled by The Fly: 1. Coca-Cola (KO) upgraded to Overweight from Equal Weight at Barclays with analyst Lauren Lieberman saying the company's transformation should drive "sustainably better growth," which should yield a higher valuation premium. 2. Valero (VLO) upgraded to Overweight from Equal Weight at Morgan Stanley with analyst Benny Wong saying recent underinvestment in refining, slippages in capacity additions and overdone concerns on long-term demand have set the stage for refining to enter a "golden age" through 2020. 3. ManTech (MANT) upgraded to Outperform from Market Perform at Wells Fargo with analyst Edward Caso citing valuation. 4. Celanese (CE) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at UBS with analyst John Roberts saying he believes the shares are undervalued and investors do not appreciate the stability and growth in the acetyls chain and the long-term potential in Engineered Materials. 5. Canadian National (CNI) upgraded to Buy from Underperform at BofA/Merrill with analyst Ken Hoexter saying service and volume growth rebounded faster than expected and will only be aided by an improving economy. This list is just a portion of The Fly's full analyst coverage. To see The Fly's full Street Research coverage, click here.
06/15/18
BMOC
06/15/18
NO CHANGE
Target $150
BMOC
Outperform
Celanese price target raised to $150 from $137 at BMO Capital
BMO Capital analyst John McNulty raised his price target on Celanese to $150 and kept his Outperform rating, saying the company's Acetic Acid prices continue their upward trajectory amid a tight supply/demand environment, while the capacity curbs by China also support the pricing dynamic. The analyst notes that risk-reward is solidly to the upside for the stock as prices have now risen 10-14% sequentially in Q2.
06/18/18
JEFF
06/18/18
NO CHANGE
Target $138
JEFF
Buy
Celanese price target raised to $138 from $130 at Jefferies
Jefferies analyst Laurence Alexander raised his price target for Celanese to $138 and keeps a Buy rating on the shares. The analyst forecasts 18% annual earnings growth through 2021 and believes demand "remains healthy."

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