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Oil & GasOil & Gas Producers
  • Price (GBX)402.00
  • Today's Change-21.40 / -5.05%
  • Shares traded3.51m
  • 1 Year change-8.64%
  • Beta4.2434
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Consensus recommendation

  • 17-Dec-20
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Recommendations25-Nov-21
Buy4
Outperform5
Hold1
Underperform0
Sell0

Share price forecast

The 10 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Harbour Energy PLC have a median target of 529.15, with a high estimate of 649.08 and a low estimate of 379.25. The median estimate represents a 31.63% increase from the last price of 402.00.
High61.5%649.08
Med31.6%529.15
Low-5.7%379.25

Dividends

Historical dividend information is not available for Harbour Energy PLC.
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Earnings history & estimates

Harbour Energy PLC reported annual 2020 losses of -29.34 per share on Mar 18, 2021.
Average growth rate+160.00%
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Revenue history & estimates

Premier Oil plc had revenues for the full year 2020 of 949.40m. This was 40.09% below the prior year's results.
Average growth rate+3.05%
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