Sell-side analyst

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Sell-side analyst

A financial analyst who works for a brokerage firm and whose recommendations are passed on to the brokerage firm's customers. Also called Wall Street analyst.

Sell-Side Analyst

A securities analyst who works for a brokerage. The observations and recommendations of sell-side analysts are given to brokers, who in turn pass them along to the firm's clients. They are also called Wall Street analysts.
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The price target represents the lowest among those published by Wall Street sell-side analysts.
The company said Moten will oversee the development and management of its Investor Relations department, including communications with shareholders and sell-side analysts.
The top 25 MLP-dedicated funds and top 25 sell-side analysts voted to select the winner in this category.
ArcelorMittal has today announced the publication of second quarter 2016 Ebitda sell-side analysts consensus figures.
SA) has won the first place for a fourth consecutive year on the 2015 All-Brazil Research Team, Institutional Investor's exclusive annual ranking of the nation's best sell-side analysts.
Delta said it was ranked as a "Most Honored company" by the magazine, which surveyed investment buy-side analysts, portfolio managers and sell-side analysts at securities firms and financial institutions across the U.
The company collects data directly from sell-side analysts or via analyst research notes to help ensure data quality.
Financial executives, financial analysts, portfolio managers and others are all invited to attend a free day-long conference on how XBRL, a standard in business information reporting, will transform the way financial executives and buy--and sell-side analysts conduct analysis and report information.
The investor relations team also was ranked second in a survey of sell-side analysts.
But in the wake of weak market performance and securities scandals, the number of sell-side analysts (who cater to individual investors) has shrunk significantly--which is bringing companies and their potential investors closer together.
Surveys were sent to company executives, sell-side analysts and institutional investors.