Stock Insights: American Public Education, Agilent Technologies, Boeing , Nuance, Mylan May 11th

Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA): Sterne Agee expects Boeing’s Investor Day to be positive for the stock, as the firm thinks the company is making significant progress on its new programs. The firm expects the stock to rebound when the market regains positive momentum and it maintains a Buy rating on boeing.

American Public Education, Inc. (NASDAQ:APEI): Barclays said American Public Q2 guidance for new student enrollments was weak due to efforts to prevent “stipend chasers.” The firm recommends buying shares on weakness and said American Public remains a compelling idea. Shares are Overweight rated.

Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE:A): Cowen believes Agilent should continue to outperform the market citing management guidance, improving market conditions, and a compelling risk/reward given potential for multiple expansion. Shares are Outperform rated.

Nuance Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ:NUAN): Needham believes Nuance reported strong Q2 results last night, but says the company’s Q1 and Q2 organic growth rates for mobile/consumer will likely raise questions about the acceleration of revenues from mobile and that the recently closed acquisition of Transcend accounts for most of the revenue guidance raise. Nonetheless, Needham keeps a Buy rating on Nuance with a $36 price target.

Mylan, Inc. (NASDAQ:MYL): Goldman believes Mylan has a 15%-30% chance of being acquired given its global platform, double digit earnings growth, and is the fourth largest global generics company. Shares are Buy rated with a $28 price target, up from $27.

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