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Czech markets  |  September 03, 2012 10:22:27

47% annual growth Erste: reality or utopia? New target from HSBC (+ list of recommendations)

iPoint.czAlthough the European debt crisis in full swing, and probably still before its peak, with analytical valuation for home banking stocks this year in any case spares. Well, experts (the only) believe in the bright future of Europe, one might say. However, if we look into the history of analytical reports (and by far not only for banks), experts believe in the impossible almost constantly. How to become Austria's Erste shares by target prices issued just a year ago? For example, analysts give Citi 4th August 2011 Erste endowed cílovku 35 Eur, Kepler in the same week bidding for 40 Euros and crown gives estimates Goldman Sachs, on 9 September 2011 issued by Erste target for the level of 45 Euros, which at the exchange rate on that date meant the equivalent of 1,100 CZK. Today's reality is elsewhere, and such optimism has not found in expert workshops.We can only believe that the professional community could finally put away pink glasses and switch to a realistic fashion. Even there, however, Erste remains býkuvstřícným title. The latest proof can be report from HSBC.

Erste: The series does not end with solid targets, read the iPoint

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