Microsoft Expected to Surpass Bullish Outlook and 4 Stock Analyses Trending Mid-Week

Monsanto Co. (NYSE:MON) has fallen 2.6 percent following a report that its FY13 outlook missed expectations. (NYSE:CRM): Following its meeting with’s CTO, Pacific Crest has gained confidence that the company’s results have the ability to beat expectations in the future. According to the firm, the company’s focus to expand its analytics offerings and Big Data capabilities is expected to push larger deals and incremental sales, and it keeps its Outperform rating on the stock.

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Boeing Co.’s (NYSE:BA) engineering union rejected its contract proposal, causing Bernstein to believe that Boeing’s stock may fall at the outset of a strike if one happens. The firm also states that, by the end of strikes, Boeing’s stock usually recovers all the value it loses at the beginning of strikes.

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) is believed by Bernstein to have the ability to exceed the firm’s outlook, and it will driven partially by higher revenue than predicted from Windows 8 and the company’s Surface tablet. The firm keeps its Outperform and $38 target on the stock.

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