Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN): Jefferies noted that Amazon’s third quarter marked the fourth straight quarter that their operating income exceeded the high end of guidance, despite the margin remaining at historically low levels. The firm views the third quarter results as solid and keeps a Buy rating on their stock with a $300 price target.
Ellie Mae (NYSE:ELLI): Oppenheimer expects Ellie Mae to report favorable third quarter results as they believe that end-market demand is accelerating. The firm anticipates the company’s growth to surpass 2012 and 2013 consensus estimates and they maintain an Outperform rating on their shares.
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Express-1 Expedited Solutions, Inc. (AMEX:XPO): After Express-1 Expedited Solutions, Inc. agreed to buy Turbo Logistics, Oppenheimer thinks that the agreement contributes substantial value to XPO’s operations. The firm expects investors to be enthusiastic about the deal, and Oppenheimer reiterates an Outperform rating on their stock.
Bunge Ltd. (NYSE:BG): Following the company’s third quarter results, Citigroup reiterated Bunge Ltd. as their top pick and raised their price target for shares from $95 to $105. Citi believes Bunge is well positioned for 2013.
SolarWinds, Inc. (NYSE:SWI): Following yesterday’s sell off, Baird stated that they remain buyers of SolarWinds, Inc. at current levels. The firm said that the company posted stronger than expected third quarter results, but sold off due to concerns of a decline in revenue growth. The firm noted that management expects a license revenue growth of 20% in the fourth quarter and thus maintains their Outperform rating and $55 price target.
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