Analysts: Bull Case on Outerwall Doesn’t Address Long-Term and 3 More Research Notes to Browse

Outerwall Inc. (NASDAQ:OUTR): Pacific Crest believes that Outerwall is worth less than $50 per share in “most reasonable scenarios.” The firm believes that the bull case on the stock mostly focuses on increased demand for the shares rather than on the potential for true long-term value creation. Increased leverage could put the company at risk for bankruptcy, Pacific Crest says, which keeps an Underperform rating on the shares.


Aegerion Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ:AEGR): FBR Capital recommends shares of Aegerion following the recent selloff and keeps an Outperform rating on the name with a $111 price target. FBR attributes the recent pullback to locking in gains, PCSK9 inhibitor concerns, and the company’s incremental investments to support the lomitapide launch. The firm sees opportunity at the Aegerion’s current levels.


SanDisk Corp. (NASDAQ:SNDK): Susquehanna believes SanDisk could see some near-term choppiness, but the firm would use any weakness as a buying opportunity. The analyst remains positive on the company’s longer-term earnings and believes the overall solid-state drive revenue stream can help scale operating costs, which could provide another driver for EBIT margin expansion. SanDisk shares are Positive rated with a $80 price target.


La-Z-Boy Inc. (NYSE:LZB): Stifel increased its price target on La-Z-Boy to $33 from $30 after the company reported stronger-than-expected second-quarter results. The firm keeps a Buy rating on La-Z-Boy stock.


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