Analyst Insights: Country Style Cooking, Aruba Networks, American Capital, Quepasa, Delta Air May 18th
Aruba Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ:ARUN): After Aruba Networks reported in-line Q3 results, JMP Securities lowered its estimates as it believes that the company’s growth has slowed due to macro economic headwinds. However, the firm thinks that WLAN remains an attractive growth market and it forecasts that Aruba will continue to gain share. The firm maintains an Outperform rating.
Country Style Cooking Restaurant Chain Co., Ltd. (NYSE:CCSC): Cowen said Country Style Cooking is the best positioned home grown China restaurant following worse than expected Q1 results. The firm noted the company is still recovering from its sanitation scandal from last year but maintains its Outperform rating on the shares.
American Capital, Ltd. (NASDAQ:ACAS): Wells Fargo believes that American Capital’s shares offer a compelling valuation at current levels. The firm believes that investors are pricing unrealistically pessimistic scenarios into the stock, and it expects the shares to advance in the near-term.
Quepasa Corporation (NYSEAMEX:QPSA): Rodman & Renshaw says Facebook’s (NASDAQ:FB) IPO brings attention to Quepasa (QPSA), a company the firm views as possibly the only public pure play positioned for the social discovery theme. Rodman & Renshaw reiterates an Outperform rating on Quepasa shares with a $7 price target.
Delta Air Lines Inc. (NYSE:DAL): After Delta said that it would reduce its capacity by 5% after Labor Day and the stock declined in response, Sterne Agee thinks the move shows that Delta’s pricing is strong. The firm thinks that the market overreacted to the move and it maintains a Buy rating.
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