Deloitte Quits As Rangers Auditor Lab Helps Athletes Improve Performance McIlroy To Miss Open Due To Injury Lack Of Success Hurts McLaren BBC Changes Format Of Highlights Show Repucom Sells Stake In Advant Planning FIGC Warns Serie A Financially Unstable Martin Sorrell: Friction Can Lift Formula 1 CONCACAF Lays Out Plan For Reform Chinese Club To List On Stock Market
Enter amount in full numerical value, without currency symbol or commas (ex: 3000000).
SBD Global/September 5, 2012/Finance
Analysts Expect The Shares Of Manchester United To Rise To $17 Over The Next Year
Published September 5, 2012
QUESTIONS LINGER: In N.Y., Alexandra Scaggs reported that stock analysts covering Manchester United Ltd. "share a key worry" with the English football club's fans: "Will the team win?" Analysts pointed out that fans "are more likely to watch a team's games and buy its tickets if it wins, making success a key driver of revenue." Credit Suisse Analyst Spencer Wang said, "On-field performance is a swing factor." Bank of America Merill Lynch Analyst Bryan Goldberg said that "profit could rise 15% if the team wins a championship but could fall 9% if it does not" (WALL STREET JOURNAL, 9/4).