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Ryanair (NASDAQ:RYAAY) Upgraded at Erste Group

Other analysts have also recently issued research reports about the company. AlphaValue cut Ryanair to a buy rating in a research report on Wednesday, April 7th. Barclays reiterated an overweight rating on shares of Ryanair in a research report on Wednesday, April 21st. Berenberg Bank raised Ryanair from a hold rating to a buy rating in a research note on Tuesday, March 30th. JPMorgan Chase & Co. reissued a neutral rating on shares of Ryanair in a research note on Wednesday, May 26th. Finally, HSBC lowered Ryanair from a buy rating to a hold rating in a research note on Monday, April 12th. One analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, six have assigned a hold rating and nine have issued a buy rating to the company. The company currently has a consensus rating of Buy and a consensus price target of $135.00.
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Ryanair: ‘We were refused a refund and flight prices were hiked up when rebooking’

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