Expedia, Starbucks: New Targets, Estimates

Also see: Vertex, AIG: Analysts' New Ratings

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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- STOCK COMMENTS / EPS CHANGES

Automatic Data Processing ( ADP) estimates, target adjusted at Citigroup. Shares of ADP now seen reaching $58. Estimates adjusted through 2013. Mixed quarter, but strong FY12 guidance.

Celgene ( CELG) estimates, target increased at UBS. Shares of CELG now seen reaching $71. Estimates also increased on strong beat and raise in 2Q. Buy rating.

Cerner ( CERN) estimates, target increased at Goldman. CERN estimates were raised through 2013. Company is seeing higher bookings and is expanding margins. Buy rating and new $80 price target.

Cerner estimates, target increased at UBS. Shares of CERN now seen reaching $65. Estimates also increased on large bookings and faster growth forecasts. Neutral rating.

CME Group ( CME) estimates, target higher at UBS. Shares of CME now seen reaching $325. Estimates also raised on strong 2Q and attractive growth profile. Buy rating.

Expedia ( EXPE) estimates, target raised at Citigroup. Shares of EXPE now seen reaching $36, according to Citigroup. Estimates also increased on solid 2Q and stable US market share. Buy rating.

Expedia estimates, target increased at UBS. Shares of EXPE now seen reaching $33, UBS said. Estimates also increased on Q2 beat and conservative guidance. Neutral rating.

Graco ( GGG) estimates, target reduced at Goldman. Shares of GGG now seen reaching $47.50, according to Goldman Sachs. Estimates also cut, as the company is realizing a slower demand recovery. Sell rating.

Goodyear ( GT) estimates raised at Citigroup through 2012. Q2 beat and stronger price/mix. Maintain $22 price target and Buy rating.

Starwood Hotels ( HOT) estimates lowered at UBS. HOT estimates lowered through 2012. Valuation call. Maintain $70 price target and Buy rating.

Interpublic ( IPG) estimates, target lowered at Goldman. IPG estimates were cut through 2013. Lower sales are cutting into margins. Neutral rating and new $12 price target.

KLA-Tencor ( KLAC) estimates lowered at UBS through 2012. Expect 2H weakness. Maintain $49.50 price target and Buy rating.

Life Technologies ( LIEF) estimates, target lowered at UBS. Shares of LIFE now seen reaching $55. Estimates also lowered on organic revenue and EPS misses. Buy rating.

MetLife ( MET) estimates raised at UBS through 2011. International results solid, especially top line trends. Maintain $60 price target and Buy rating.

Motorola ( MMI) estimates, target cut at UBS. Shares of MMI now seen reaching $31, according to UBS. Estimates also lowered as new product launches need to "stick." Buy rating.

Noble Energy ( NBL) numbers raised at Goldman. Shares of NBL now seen reaching $126, according to Goldman Sachs. Estimates also increased, given higher production and free cash flow results. Buy rating.

NetLogic Microsystem ( NETL) estimates, target lowered at UBS. Shares of NETL now seen reaching $44. Estimates also lowered as soft macro weighs on growth outlook. Buy rating.

Potash ( POT) estimates, target boosted at Goldman. Shares of POT now seen reaching $67. Estimates also upped, to match the company's new guidance. Buy rating.

Sprint Nextel ( S) estimates, target cut at UBS. Shares of S now seen reaching $5, according to UBS. Estimates also lowered on weak postpaid adds and margins in 2Q. Neutral rating.

Starbucks ( SBUX) estimates, target raised at UBS. Shares of SBUX now seen reaching $47. Estimates also raised on higher medium term revenue and free cash flow. Buy rating.

Strayer ( STRA) estimates, target reduced at Goldman. Shares of STRA now seen reaching $134, according to Goldman Sachs. Estimates also lowered, given lower enrollment rates. Neutral rating.

Teradyne ( TER) estimates lowered at UBS through 2011, UBS said. Working through a normal downcycle. Maintain $16 price target and Neutral rating.

End of report.

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.

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