Analog Devices target raised at Jefferies to $51, Jefferies said. Improving order rates. Hold rating.
numbers lowered at Oppenheimer. Shares of BJRI now seen reaching $38, Oppenheimer said. Estimates also lowered as model remains challenged. Outperform rating.
numbers raised at UBS. Shares of BRKR now seen reaching $21, UBS said. Estimates also increased on double digit organic growth and EPS beat in 4Q. Buy rating.
estimates, target raised at Credit Suisse. Shares of CAG now seen reaching $36, according to Credit Suisse. Estimates also increased, as the company is carrying a lot of momentum into 2013. Neutral rating.
target raised at Oppenheimer to $91, Oppenheimer said. Fourth quarter beat. Outperform rating.
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numbers boosted at Lazard. Shares of ESRX now seen reaching $65, according to Lazard Capital Markets. Estimates also upped, given better operating trends. Buy rating.
Express estimates, target boosted at Wedbush. Shares of EXPR now seen reaching $22, according to Wedbush. Estimates also upped, given positive early checks on the Spring season. Outperform rating.
numbers raised at UBS. Shares of FSLR now seen reaching $36, UBS said. Estimates also increased on expected guide up for 2013 on higher margins. Neutral rating.
estimates, target increased at BMO. MDT estimates were raised through 2015, BMO Capital said. Company continues to grow across the board. Outperform rating and new $52 price target.
estimates, target upped at JP Morgan. OCR estimates were boosted through 2014, JP Morgan said. Company raised its guidance. Overweight rating and new $45 price target.
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added to Conviction Buy List at Nomura. QCOM was placed on the US Conviction Buy list, according to Nomura. Company is a market leader and should see improving traction in China. $75 price target.
estimates, target raised at JP Morgan. Shares of RLGY now seen reaching $51, according to JP Morgan. Estimates also increased, given better business trends. Overweight rating.
numbers raised at Jefferies. Shares of SEE now seen reaching $25, Jefferies said. Estimates also raised on hard stance on pricing and restructuring underway. Buy rating.