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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- UBS lowered its price target for Sprint (S) to $6 from $8 Wednesday.

Shares of Sprint fell -0.7% to $5.82 in morning trading.

The analyst firm reiterated its “neutral” rating for the wireless carrier. Sprint is going through a transition period with new CEO Marcelo Claure, and “appears to be laying eh groundwork to become a more viable LT competitor” according to UBS analysts John C. Hoduik and Batya Levi.

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