The Fresh Market, Inc. (NASDAQ:TFM): UBS doesn’t think that Fresh Market’s CFO resignation suggests bad news in the near future, and the firm still expects in-store execution and product buying teams to be share drivers. The firm gives the stock a Buy rating and a $63 price target, down from $66.
Entropic Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ:ENTR): After the firm reviewed FCC tests of Comcast’s (NASDAQ:CMCSA) IPTV set-top-box, the XI3-H, DA Davidson claims that Entropic possessed various important design wins for the device. The firm is convinced that Entropic’s design wins at Comcast and Time Warner Cable (NYSE:TWC) should show improvement to its financial results in the near term, and it keeps its Buy rating on the stock.
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Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) estimates have been reduced by Goldman as a means to reflect margin risk resulting from over supply. The firm mentions that Intel and AMD (NYSE:AMD) have record inventory and Intel’s new capacity has not come online yet. Also, PC client processor ASPs are above trend and has the potential for a significant decline. The firm keeps its Sell rating on the stock.
Atmel Corporation (NASDAQ:ATML): After the firm attended meetings with Atmel’s CFO Stephen Cumming, FBR Capital believes that the risk/reward on the company’s shares is attractive. The firm believes that there are catalysts in 2013, and it keeps its Outperform rating and a $7 price target on the stock.
PMFG, Inc. (NASDAQ:PMFG): After the firm met with PMFG’s CEO, Stifel Nicolaus has begun to worry more about the company’s near-term outlook, mostly because of political and regulatory uncertainty in the U.S.. The firm does see a number of positive long-term catalysts forPMFG, and it has more confidence in its growth outlook in FY14 and beyond. The firm keeps its Buy rating on the stock.
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