ABB (VTX:ABBN) has been downgraded to Sell in a report by Citigroup Corp. today.
- Updated: October 5, 2016
Citigroup Corp. has downgraded ABB (VTX:ABBN) to Sell in a statement released on 10/05/2016.
On 10/4/2016, Joh. Berenberg Gossler & Co. KG released a statement on ABB (VTX:ABBN) upped the target price from 0.00EUR to 19.00EUR that suggested a downside of -0.13%.
Having a price of 22.20EUR, ABB (VTX:ABBN) traded 0.00% even on the day. With the last close up 0.00% from the two hundred day average, compared with the Standard & Poor's 500 Index which has decreased -0.01% over the same period. ABBN has recorded a 50-day average of 0.00EUR and a two hundred day average of 0.00EUR. Trade Volume held steady, with 0 shares of ABBN changing hands on par with the typical 0
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ABB has with a one year low of 0.00EUR and a one year high of 0.00EUR and has a total market value of 0 EUR.
More About ABB (VTX:ABBN)
ABB Ltd (ABB) is engaged in power and automation technologies. The Company manages its business based on five divisions: Discrete Automation and Motion, Low Voltage Products, Process Automation, Power Products and Power Systems. The Discrete Automation and Motion division provides low-voltage and medium-voltage drive products and systems for industrial, commercial and residential applications. The Process Automation division provides engineered solutions, products and services for process control, safety, instrumentation, plant electrification and energy management. The Power Products division offers a portfolio of products and services to facilitate power generation, transmission and distribution. The Power Systems division offers solutions for power and water plants, grid integration and automation, as well as a range of systems and services for the generation, transmission and distribution of electricity. The Company operates in approximately 100 countries.
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