The following list includes references to research analysts from banks and financial institutions regularly publishing research on the shares of CTT – Correios de Portugal, S.A. (“CTT”). Hence, this list includes only analysts having published updates in the last 12 months. Due to its dynamic nature, it is not possible to ensure that this list is permanently complete and updated.
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|JB Capital Markets||Joaquín García-Quirós||€ 4.60||Buy||04-11-2022|
|CaixaBI||Artur Amaro||€ 3.50||Neutral||30-01-2023|
|Barclays||Marco Limite||€ 3.30||Underweight||29-07-2022|
|CaixaBank BPI||Filipe Leite||€ 4.05||Buy||23-01-2023|
|AS Independent Research||António Seladas||€ 3.30||Neutral||04-11-2022|
|Santander||João Safara||€ 5.20||Outperform||17-01-2023|
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The following consensus is based on reports of research analysts from banks and financial institutions regularly publishing research on the shares of CTT – Correios de Portugal, S.A. (“CTT”). Due to the dynamic nature of these reports, it is not possible to ensure that the consensus is permanently complete and updated.
Hence, it is presented merely for information purposes and does not constitute an offer, or solicitation to buy, keep or sell shares or any other financial instruments, nor does it represent an advice, recommendation or suggestion by CTT to invest in or disinvest from any financial instrument.
|Consensus 2022 (€m)||Average||Min.||Max.|
|- Mail & Other||468.8||458.9||474.0|
|- Express & Parcels||259.1||252.9||267.7|
|- Financial Services||53.0||110.2||123.4|
|- Banco CTT||119.3||50.2||56.0|
|Recurring EBIT (1)||61.2||58.9||63.2|
|- Mail & Other||11.6||10.3||12.1|
|- Express & Parcels||10.5||9.0||13.6|
|- Financial Services||14.2||11.9||16.3|
|- Banco CTT||25.4||23.0||28.0|
|Reported Net Profit||40.1||35.5||46.3|
(1) Excluding specific items. The breakdown by BU may not add up to total Recurring EBIT as not all analysts report Recurring EBIT by BU
Source: Company-compiled consensus from the analysts who provide estimates to Bloomberg, namely: Barclays, CaixaBank BPI, Caixa BI, JB Capital Markets and Santander.