Coach Inc. (NYSE:COH): Baird stated that they are cautious going into the company’s Q1 results but continue to be positive long-term due to the quarters reducing volumes and higher expenses. Baird continues to be positive long-term noting the company’s ability to leverage its high quality brand in North America with contributions from international and stock buybacks. Shares have an Outperform rating and a $65 price target.
CSX Corp. (NYSE:CSX): According to Baird, CSX should be bought on any pullbacks after its in-line Q3 results due to increasing natural gas prices supporting trough fundamentals in the coal industry. Baird stated that the risk/reward continues to be attractive, and it keeps its Outperform rating and a $26 price target on the stock.
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American Express Company (NYSE:AXP) reported slightly lower Q3 revenue than expected, causing Stifel Nicolaus to think that the company will find difficulty in continuing to offset top line weakness with expense controls. The firm keeps its Hold rating on the stocks.
Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. (NYSE:SWK) price target has been reduced by Baird after its lower than expected Q3 results. This is due to persistent headwinds in Europe and margins in its Security business. Shares keep an Outperform rating.
Constant Contact, Inc. (NASDAQ:CTCT) stock is believed by Stifel Nicolaus to be undervalued currently, and the firm believes that the stock has the ability to rebound if the company reports in-line Q3 results. The firm believes that the company will at least meet the consensus Q3 EPS estimate. Stifel reiterates its Buy rating on the stock.
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