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Overweight Recommendation Issued On MPC By Wells Fargo

By KlickAnalytics Data Insights  |   April 4, 2024 06:30AM ET

  • Wells Fargo analyst issues OVERWEIGHT recommendation for MPC on April 4, 2024 05:43AM ET.
  • The previous analyst recommendation was Overweight.
  • MPC was trading at $214.96 at issue of the analyst recommendation.
  • The overall analyst consensus : BUY.
  • Current analyst recommendations are : 1 - Strong Buy, 10 - Buy, 1 - Hold recommendations .

  • Historical Analyst Recommendations
    Latest 10 recommendations
    Report DateAnalyst CompanyActionPrevious GradeNew GradePrice when posted
    2024-04-04 Wells Fargo Hold Overweight Overweight 214.96
    2024-01-31 Raymond James Hold Strong Buy Strong Buy 165.39
    2023-11-01 Raymond James Hold Strong Buy Strong Buy 151.25
    2023-07-11 Barclays Hold Overweight Overweight 117.84
    2023-03-29 Goldman Sachs Upgrade Buy 133.24
    2023-03-10 Barclays Upgrade Buy 128.38
    2023-03-10 Mizuho Securities Upgrade Buy 128.38
    2023-03-09 UBS Initialise Buy 129.45
    2023-03-03 Jefferies Upgrade Buy 129.63
    2023-02-01 Cowen & Co. Hold Outperform Outperform 124.24

    Historical Price Performance

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