Dollar General Corporation (NYSE:DG): The company reported higher EPS than predicted but lower than expected revenue, causing Bernstein to predict that the company will see benefits from easing comps, and it believes that that the company has the ability to generate EPS growth in the mid-teen percentage level. The firm keeps its Outperform rating and a $60 price target on the stock.
eBay Inc. (NASDAQ:EBAY): According to Cantor, sustained growth of Marketplaces and traction with PayPal has the ability to enable eBay’s stock to perform well over the intermediate term. The firm keeps its Buy rating and a $56 price target on the stock.
Gordmans Stores, Inc. (NASDAQ:GMAN): Baird views the risk/reward for Gordmans Stores as continuing to be attractive after its Q4 results. The firm noted that Q1 guidance was poor because of a lack of visibility, but the firm predicts that long-term drivers like better calibrated long term receipts, new store based technologies, unit growth, and efficient new store models to make it a better long-term story. The firm keeps its Outperform rating and a $15 price target on the stock.
Liberty Global Inc. (NASDAQ:LBTYA): The company’s price target was increased to $84 from $75 by Wunderlich.
Magellan Health Services Inc. (NASDAQ:MGLN): The company’s price target was reduced by Deutsche Bank for Magellan Health after the company lost the Arizona Medicaid contract to Maricopa, which has Aetna (NYSE:AET) as its administrator. Deutsche predicts that Maricopa accounted for 15 to 20 percent of Magellan’s 2012 EBITDA, the firm reiterates its Buy rating on the stock.
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