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Longbow Research downgraded Allison Transmission (NYSE:ALSN) from Buy to Neutral in a report released today.

Longbow Research has downgraded Allison Transmission (NYSE:ALSN) from Buy to Neutral in a report released on 10/12/2017.

Previously on 9/5/2017, Buckingham Research released a statement about Allison Transmission (NYSE:ALSN) increased the target price from $0.00 to $36.00. At the time, this indicated a possible upside of 0.03%.

Just yesterday Allison Transmission (NYSE:ALSN) traded -0.99% lower at $37.21. Allison Transmission’s 50-day moving average is $35.56 and its 200-day moving average is $36.83. The last stock price is up 0.03% from the 200-day moving average, compared to the Standard & Poor's 500 Index which has increased 0.03% over the same time period. 333,887 shares of ALSN traded hands, down from an average trading volume of 1,812,880

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Allison Transmission (NYSE:ALSN)

Allison Transmission has a 52 week low of $27.03 and a 52 week high of $40.25 with a P/E ratio of 20.92 The company’s market cap is currently $0.

In addition to Longbow Research reporting its target price, a total of 15 firms have reported on the stock. The consensus target price is $31.40 with 6 firms rating the stock a strong buy, 5 firms rating the stock a buy, 5 firms rating the stock a hold, 0 firms rating the stock a underperform, and finally 0 firms rating the stock a sell.

About Allison Transmission (NYSE:ALSN)

Allison Transmission Holdings, Inc. and its subsidiaries design and manufacture commercial and defense fully-automatic transmissions. The Company manufactures fully-automatic transmissions for medium- and heavy-duty commercial vehicles, and medium-and heavy-tactical United States defense vehicles. The Company's transmissions are used in a range of applications, including on-highway trucks (distribution, refuse, construction, fire and emergency), buses (primarily school, transit and hybrid-transit), motorhomes, off-highway vehicles and equipment (energy, mining and construction) and defense vehicles (wheeled and tracked). The Company's transmissions are sold under the Allison Transmission brand name and remanufactured transmissions are sold under the ReTran brand name. The Company has developed over 100 different models that were used in more than 2,500 different vehicle configurations and were compatible with over 500 combinations of engines, as of December 31, 2016.

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