Investment banks lift DSV share price

A number of foreign banks maintain positive recommendations for DSV. The most optimistic of the bunch is Morgan Stanley, as the bank has raised the target price for DSV's share to USD 61.

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DSV's second quarterly report has been met with raised target prices from a number of investment banks.

The most optimistic is Morgan Stanley, which raised the price target for the stock to 61 US dollars to USD 44 dollars, while Jefferies and RBC Capital Markets both turned the target up a notch, to USD 53.66 and USD 50.68 respectively, reports Bloomberg News.

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