EUROPE RESEARCH ROUND-UP: Daimler, Cove Energy

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Nov 29 (Reuters) - Securities analysts revised their ratings and price targets on several European companies, including Daimler and Cove Energy, on Tuesday.

Following are some of the highlights.

HIGHLIGHTS

* Daimler : Deutsche Bank cuts to hold

* Suez Environnement : Natixis downgrades to neutral

* Cove Energy Plc : UBS, Canaccord raise price target

Following is a summary of research actions on European companies reported by Reuters on Tuesday. Stock entries are in alphabetical order. See bottom of the table for sector changes.

* ACS Actividades De Construccion : Goldman cuts target to eur 27.40 from eur 34.60

* Bilfinger Berger SE : Berenberg starts with buy; price target eur 71.50

* British Land Co Plc : Espirito Santo raises to buy

* Carpetright Plc : Singer cuts target price to 315p from 465p

* Chemring Group Plc : Investec cuts price target to 650p from 815

* Colruyt : Citigroup cuts target price to eur 38 from eur 40

* Compass Group Plc : Deutsche Bank raises price target to 705p from 685p

* Cookson Group Plc : Barclays cuts price target to 700p from 770p

* Cove Energy Plc : UBS raises price target to 145p from 125p

* Cove Energy Plc : Canaccord Genuity raises target price to 122p from 120p

* Daimler : Deutsche Bank cuts to hold from buy

* Daimler : Deutsche Bank cuts price target to 36 euros from 48 euros

* Deutsche Euroshop : Deutsche Bank reinstates coverage with buy; target eur 26.90

* Eiffage : Goldman Sachs cuts price target to eur 22 from eur 28

* Enterprise Inns Plc : Goldman Sachs cuts price target to 35p from 97p

* FFP SA : UBS cuts price target to eur 32 from eur 40

* G4S Plc : HSBC raises to overweight from neutral

* ICAP Plc : Credit Suisse cuts price target to 420p from 510p

* IMI Plc : Barclays cuts price target to 1080p from 1115p

* Inditex SA : UBS cuts to neutral from buy

* Indigovision : Brewin Dolphin raises price target to 370p from 323p

* Intesa Sanpaolo SPA : Credit Suisse raises price target to eur1.5 from eur1.4

* Invensys Plc : Barclays raises to over weight from equal weight

* Iomart Group Plc : Finncap raises target price to 150p from 135p

* Iomart Group Plc : Peel Hunt raises price target to 150p from 140p

* Land Securities Group Plc : Espirito Santo raises to buy

* Lloyds Banking Group Plc : Barclays cuts price target to 27p from 35p

* Mothercare Plc : UBS cuts to sell from neutral

* Morgan Crucible Co Plc : Barclays cuts price target to 245p from 340p

* Oriflame : Handelsbanken raises to buy from accumulate

* Phoenix IT Group Plc : Singer cuts target price to 175p from 275p

* Quintain Estates & Development : Peel Hunt cuts price target to 36p from 73p

* Reyal Urbis SA : UBS cuts price target to eur 0.33 from eur 0.6

* Rio Tinto Plc : Deutsche Bank cuts price target to 4960p from 5100p

* Rio Tinto Plc : UBS cuts price target to 5650p from 6000p

* Rotork Plc : Barclays raises price target to 2200p from 2150p

* Securitas AB : HSBC cuts to neutral from overweight

* Senior Plc : Brewin Dolphin raises price target to 224p from 210p

* Senior Plc : Brewin Dolphin adds to conviction buy list

* Senior Plc : Credit Suisse raises price target to 175p from 165p

* Senior Plc : Citigroup raises target price to 204p from 183p

* Sibirskiy Cement : Goldman Sachs cuts to neutral from buy

* SKF AB : JP Morgan raises to overweight from neutral

* Smiths Group Plc

* Sonova Holding Ag : JP Morgan raises price target to sfr 98 from sfr 92

* Spectris Plc : Barclays cuts price target to 1440p from 1800p

* Suez Environnement : Natixis downgrades to neutral from buy

* Suez Environnement : Natixis cuts price target to eur 10.7 from eur 17

* Wacker Neuson : DZ Bank raises price target to eur 9 from eur 8

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