Analysts & Consensus

The following list of banks and brokerages regularly cover Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany by publishing analyses, short reviews and updates.
BrokerAnalyst
Barclays CapitalMichael Leuchten
Berenberg

Alistair Campbell

Bernstein ResearchRonny Gal
Bryan Garnier

Eric Le Berigaud

BZ BankHolger Blum
Citigroup

Andrew Baum

Ramaswamy Narayanan

CommerzbankDaniel Wendorff
Credit Suisse Matthew Weston
Deutsche BankGunnar Romer
DZ BankPeter Spengler
Equita SIMGianmarco Bonacina
EquinetMarietta Miemietz
Exane BNP ParibasFlorent Cespedes
FairesearchMartin Schnee
Goldman SachsKeyur Parekh
Hamburger SparkasseMarco Guenther
Helvea Odile Rundquist 

HSBC

Stephen McGarry
Independent ResearchChristoph Schöndube
Invest SecuritiesMartial Descoutures
JP MorganRichard Vosser
Kepler CheuvreuxFabian Wenner
Landesbank Baden-WuerttembergTimo Kuerschner
M.M. Warburg & Co.Ulrich Huwald
MainFirst BankMarcus Wieprecht
Merrill Lynch InternationalSachin Jain
MirabaudNick Turner
Morgan StanleyAmy Walker
MorningstarMichael Waterhouse
New Street ResearchChris Donnellan
Norddeutsche Landesbank Thorsten Strauß
Redburn PartnersPaul Major
UBSDavid Evans

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