- Jefferies downgraded Vodafone Group Plc (NASDAQ:VOD) for the first time in two years, citing the telecom group’s vulnerability in tackling rising inflation and headwinds in Germany, Reuters notes.
- Analyst Jerry Dellis noted that Vodafone is facing intense competition in several key markets amid rising costs. He downgraded the company to Hold from Buy.
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- Vodafone’s lean cost base lacks the main inflation safety valves available to an incumbent peer.
- Vodafone will need to spend more to fight off German rivals.
- Price Action: VOD shares traded lower by 0.47% at $14.63 on the last check Friday.
Wedbush Initiates Coverage On Rivian Automotive with Outperform Rating, Announces Price Target of $130
Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives initiates coverage on Rivian Automotive (NASDAQ:RIVN) with a Outperform rating and announces Price Target of $130.