Over the past 3 months, 7 analysts have published their opinion on Ingersoll Rand IR stock. These analysts are typically employed by large Wall Street banks and tasked with understanding a company’s business to predict how a stock will trade over the upcoming year.
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According to 7 analyst offering 12-month price targets in the last 3 months, Ingersoll Rand has an average price target of $58.71 with a high of $62.00 and a low of $53.00.
Below is a summary of how these 7 analysts rated Ingersoll Rand over the past 3 months. The greater the number of bullish ratings, the more positive analysts are on the stock and the greater the number of bearish ratings, the more negative analysts are on the stock
This average price target has increased by 7.86% over the past month.
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