Analysts’ recommendations

What the analysts say

Should you buy, sell, or hold on to PostNL shares? Here we present the recommendations of financial analysts. Feel free to contact them via mail for more information about PostNL stock.

Broker

Analyst

Recommendation

Target

Date

ABN AMRO

Maarten Bakker

Buy

EUR 5.65

10 Nov 2016

Barclays Capital

Mark McVicar

Underweight

EUR 3.20

10 Aug 2017

BoAML

Mark Manduca

Neutral

EUR 4.80

28 Apr 2017

Citi

Roger Elliott

Hold

EUR 3.85

2 Sep 2016

De Groof Petercam
Marcel AchterbergSellEUR 3.60
10 Aug 2017
Goldman SachsMatija GergoletBuyEUR 4.7015 Sep 2017
HSBCEdward Stanford
HoldEUR 3.80
8 Aug 2017

ING

Marc Zwartsenburg

Buy

EUR 5.80

1 Dec 2017

Jefferies

David Kerstens

Buy

EUR 4.75

18 Sep 2017

JP Morgan

Christopher Combe

Hold

EUR 3.95

7 Aug 2017

KBC Securities NV

Ruben Devos

Hold

EUR 4.00

11 May 2017

KeplerCheuvreux

André Mulder

Sell

EUR 2.80

2 May 2014

Main First

Tobias Sittig

Buy

EUR 4.50

9 Aug 2017

Morgan Stanley

Penelope Butcher

Hold

EUR 4.25

8 Aug 2017

UBS

Dominic Edridge

Neutral

EUR 4.60

21 Nov 2016

the IDEA!

Henk Slotboom

-

-

-

Adjusted on 8 Dec 2017/12:45

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Consensus


CONSENSUS PRE 3Q 2017

October 2017




3Q17 E
consensus
FY17 E
consensus
Revenue

Mail in the Netherlands395
1,793
Parcels255
1,069
International2501,075
PostNL Other2076
Intercompany-130-537
Total Revenue791
3,481

Underlying operating income


Mail in the Netherlands11
176
Parcels26124
International4
18
PostNL Other-2-22
Total underlying operating income40
296

changes in pension liabilities

-5

-17
changes in provisions-11-54
Underlying cash operating income24
226



Cost savings1565
Volume decline addressed mail NL8.8%9.0%
Dividend (over 2017)

€0.23

Based on estimates of 14 analysts

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