(Alliance News) - The following London-listed shares received analyst recommendations Thursday morning and on Wednesday:

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FTSE 100

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UBS raises Halma price target to 2,800 (2,700) pence - 'buy'

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Berenberg cuts Legal & General price target to 265 (289) pence - 'buy'

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UBS cuts Legal & General price target to 240 (258) pence - 'neutral'

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Barclays raises Legal & General price target to 320 (315) pence - 'overweight'

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RBC cuts Barclays price target to 250 (260) pence - 'outperform'

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Bank of America raises St James's Place price target to 650 (600) pence - 'buy'

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UBS cuts B&M European Value Retail price target to 510 (550) pence - 'neutral'

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JPMorgan cuts Intermediate Capital Group target to 2,703 (2,798) pence - 'overweight'

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Goldman Sachs raises Rightmove price target to 678 (660) pence - 'neutral'

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Goldman Sachs raises Auto Trader price target to 913 (870) pence - 'buy'

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FTSE 250

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Jefferies raises Great Portland to 'hold' (underperform) - price target 300 (310) pence

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Jefferies cuts abrdn price target to 155 (180) pence - 'hold'

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Jefferies cuts OSB Group price target to 600 (780) pence - 'buy'

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Berenberg cuts Victrex price target to 1,491 (1,680) pence - 'hold'

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Deutsche Bank raises Molten Ventures target to 662 (661) pence - 'buy'

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Jefferies raises Crest Nicholson price target to 265 (237) pence - 'hold'

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SMALL CAP

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UBS raises Card Factory price target to 116 (107) pence - 'neutral'

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Berenberg cuts Tracsis price target to 1,245 (1,295) pence - 'buy'

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Deutsche Bank raises Frontier Developments to 'hold' (sell) - price target 300 (200) pence

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Deutsche Bank cuts Funding Circle price target to 210 (250) pence - 'buy'

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Deutsche Bank cuts HSS Hire price target to 13 (18) pence - 'buy'

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UBS cuts DFS Furniture price target to 115 (120) pence - 'neutral'

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Goldman Sachs cuts Wise price target to 1,110 (1,300) pence - 'buy'

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