EUROPE RESEARCH ROUND-UP: Volkswagen, AstraZeneca, Dassault

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April 27 (Reuters) - Securities analysts revised their ratings and price targets on several European companies, including Volkswagen, AstraZeneca, Deutsche Bank and Dassault Systemes, on Friday. HIGHLIGHTS * Volkswagen : Macquarie, UBS raise share-price target on the German auto company * Dassault Systemes : Barclays raises price target to 65 eur from 57 eur * AstraZeneca : Barclays cuts price target to 3150P from 3250P; rating equal weight * Deutsche Bank : UBS cuts price target to eur 40 ...

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