Experian price target lowered to 2,918 GBp from 3,300 GBp at Deutsche Bank » 15:1505/2005/20/22
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Experian price target lowered to 2,665 GBp from 3,146 GBp at Citi » 15:0705/2005/20/22
Citi analyst Arthur…
Citi analyst Arthur Truslove lowered the firm's price target on Experian to 2,665 GBp from 3,146 GBp and keeps a Neutral rating on the shares.
Experian price target lowered to 3,300 GBp from 3,750 GBp at Barclays » 14:0605/1905/19/22
Barclays analyst Paul…
Barclays analyst Paul Sullivan lowered the firm's price target on Experian to 3,300 GBp from 3,750 GBp and keeps an Overweight rating on the shares.
Experian price target lowered to 3,800 GBp from 4,000 GBp at JPMorgan » 13:0705/1905/19/22
JPMorgan analyst Sylvia…
JPMorgan analyst Sylvia Barker lowered the firm's price target on Experian to 3,800 GBp from 4,000 GBp and keeps an Overweight rating on the shares.
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Experian price target lowered to 3,300 GBp from 3,560 GBp at Morgan Stanley » 15:3205/1305/13/22
Morgan Stanley analyst…
Morgan Stanley analyst Anvesh Agrawal lowered the firm's price target on Experian to 3,300 GBp from 3,560 GBp and keeps an Equal Weight rating on the shares.
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Experian downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Citi » 05:4303/3003/30/22
Citi analyst Arthur…
Citi analyst Arthur Truslove downgraded Experian to Neutral from Buy with a 3,146 GBp price target after taking over coverage of the name. The analyst expects estimates for the company's North American data business to come down with U.S. housing transactions set to fall year-over-year.
Nielsen, Experian expand agreement to enhance identity demographics » 07:1002/2802/28/22
Nielsen (NLSN) and…
Nielsen (NLSN) and Experian (EXPGY) announced an expanded strategic initiative to enhance identity data in the United States for digital measurement of the open web. Experian marketing data assets will enhance the Nielsen Identity System by providing persistent IDs for open web measurement, increasing coverage and interoperability by supporting audience measurement across screens and devices that are consistent and comparable. "Integrating Experian marketing data assets into the Nielsen ID System will further strengthen Nielsen's ability to match person-level data to devices, increasing the scale and accuracy of demographic distribution for reported impressions for Nielsen's Audience Measurement and Outcomes products," the company said. "This expanded agreement with Experian immediately enriches Nielsen's Identity System in the US, and showcases our commitment to independent measurement and marketplace interoperability," said Mainak Mazumdar, Chief Data and Research Officer, Nielsen. "This is an important milestone as we continue to evolve our technologies and methodologies as we move toward Nielsen ONE, underpinning a strong digital measurement capability which helps with the vision of a true cross-platform that measures across all screens."
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Experian upgraded to Sector Perform from Underperform at RBC Capital » 05:3601/2701/27/22
RBC Capital analyst Karl…
RBC Capital analyst Karl Green upgraded Experian to Sector Perform from Underperform with a price target of 2,850 GBp, up from 2,500 GBp. The analyst sees reduced risks in the near term with credit reporting reform legislation "seemingly having been put on ice." He upgrades the shares following the year-to-date pullback.
Experian downgraded to Equal Weight from Overweight at Morgan Stanley » 08:5301/1001/10/22
Morgan Stanley analyst…
Morgan Stanley analyst Anvesh Agrawal downgraded Experian to Equal Weight from Overweight with a price target of 3,560 GBp, down from 3,620 GBp. While higher quality business service stocks should remain at the core of long-term portfolios, the analyst now sees value outside the top five with the valuation spread between the top five and the rest at "extreme levels."
CFPB says Equifax, TransUnion, Experian 'routinely failed' to respond to errors » 15:0101/0501/05/22
EFX, TRU, EXPGY
A new analysis by the…
A new analysis by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, or CFPB, reveals how changes in complaint responses provided by nationwide consumer reporting companies "resulted in fewer meaningful responses and less consumer relief," the agency stated in a press release. In 2021, Equifax (EFX), Experian (EXPGY), and TransUnion (TRU) together reported relief in response to less than 2% of covered complaints, down from nearly 25% of covered complaints in 2019, the CFPB stated, adding that the trio "routinely failed to fully respond to consumers with errors." CFPB Director Rohit Chopra said: "America's credit reporting oligopoly has little incentive to treat consumers fairly when their credit reports have errors. Today's report is further evidence of the serious harms stemming from their faulty financial surveillance business model." Reference Link