Barclays starts Morgan Advanced Materials at ‘overweight’

by | Jul 14, 2023

(Sharecast News) – Barclays initiated coverage of Morgan Advanced Materials on Friday with an ‘overweight’ rating and 365p price target.
“We think improving end-market exposure will drive higher through-cycle growth for MGAM, with the group EBITA margin expanding to mid-teens and a new peak,” it said.

The bank noted that focused M&A is on the agenda, but said it also sees scope for a supportive capital return, while longer term further portfolio rationalisation could drive multiple expansion.

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