<strong>AEA TECHNOLOGY</strong><br />RBS yesterday reduced its target price for AEA Technology to 27p and moderated its stance to &ldquo;Hold&rdquo; &ndash; despite the group&rsquo;s 43 per cent jump in revenues and eight per cent lift in operating profits in the half year. But RBS?said it was concerned about <br /><br />AEA&rsquo;s increased pension deficit of &pound;137.6m. However, the broker said that net debt was in line with forecasts. <br /><br /><strong>ANGLO-AMERICAN</strong><br />Collapsed commodity prices and currency-affected costs has put Anglo-American&rsquo;s balance sheet under enormous strain, according to broker Ambrian. But Ambrian said that restoration of the dividend&nbsp; would be possible if cash from asset sales flows quickly and said if it strips down to just the core iron ore, copper and platinum, further value would be released.<br /><br /><strong>FULLER SMITH &amp; TURNER</strong><br />KBC Peel Hunt yesterday raised its target price to 540p for pub group Fuller Smith &amp; Turner after the group&rsquo;s pre-tax profits beat expectations. The pub group reported robust trading from a summer weather boost, but KBC Peel Hunt said the share price rise since the group&rsquo;s announcement has made it issue a &ldquo;hold recommendation&rdquo;.<br /><br />To appear in Best of the Brokers email your research to <strong></strong>