Analysts: Street Estimates On Microsoft Are Low and 3 Other Research Notes to Read

Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT): Stifel sees the new Xbox as having several differentiated offerings, and believes that Street expectations for the device are too low. It still finds the stock attractive, and keeps a Buy rating on the shares.

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ARM Holdings (NASDAQ:ARMH): In light of Tuesday’s analyst day, Canaccord raised its estimates for the company after its management pointed out strong long-term royalty and market growth opportunities into high and low tier smartphones. Canaccord also believes it is well positioned to benefit from increasing emerging market feature phones, tablets, and high-tier smartphone refreshes. It rates the shares at Buy with a $56 price target, up from $52.

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Vodafone (NASDAQ:VOD): RW Baird believes that Vodafone is an attractive way to play the trends at Verizon Wireless, noting Vodafone’s solid results and guidance as well as plans to maintain the latest Verizon Wireless dividend for corporate purposes. It keeps the shares rated an Outperform with a $32 Price target.

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Pandora (NYSE:P): Needham has raised its estimates and price target on the music streaming service, based on profits driven from the imposed listening caps on mobile devices. It keeps a Buy rating on the shares, and a price target of $20, up from $16.

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