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EXTERRAN HOLDINGS INC. (EXH) [hlAlert]

Rating:
Buy EXH
down 31.48 %

EXTERRAN HOLDINGS INC. (EXH) rated Buy with price target $46 by Deutsche Bank

Posted on: Tuesday,  May 7, 2013  1:25 PM ET by Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank rated Buy EXTERRAN HOLDINGS INC. (NYSE: EXH) on 05/07/2013, when the stock price was $28.74. Since
then, EXTERRAN HOLDINGS INC. has lost 31.49% as of 10/30/2015's recent price of $19.69.
If you would have followed this Deutsche Bank's recommendation on EXH, you would have lost 31.48% of your investment in 906 days.

Exterran Holdings, Inc. is engaged in the full-service natural gas compression business. It provides operations, maintenance, service and equipment for oil and natural gas production, processing and transportation applications. It operates in three primary business lines: contract operations, fabrication and aftermarket services. In its contract operations business line, the Company owns a fleet of natural gas compression equipment, and crude oil and natural gas production and processing equipment that it utilizes to provide operations services to its customers. In its fabrication business line, it fabricates and sells equipment that is similar to the equipment that it owns and utilizes to provide contract operations to its customers. In its aftermarket services business line, it sells parts and components, and provides operations, maintenance, overhaul and reconfiguration services to customers who own compression, production, gas treating and oilfield power generation equipment.

Deutsche Bank is one of the largest European fund managers. DWS was founded in 1956 and is an integral part of the Asset Management division of Deutsche Bank. This division is one of the largest global asset managers.
Stock Market Advice
Date/Time (ET)SymbolRatingTermPrice (*)Target
5/7/2013 1:25 PM Buy
None
28.74 46.00
as of 12/13/2013
1 Week down  -2.61 %
1 Month down  -3.98 %
3 Months up  10.63 %
1 YTD up  8.94 %

(*) Stock Price at the time of the recommendation.
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