UPDATE: Brean Murray Carret Lowers Synnex Price Target due to Disappointing Retail Sales
According to a research report published this morning, Brean Murray Carret reiterates a Buy rating for Synnex Corporation (NYSE: SNX) and lowers its target price from $45 to $40.
Brean Murray Carret mentions in the report, “SNX suspects retail PCs were hurt this Q by macro as well as 1) drive constraints at the beginning of the Q and 2) no upgrade option to Windows 8 for most of the Q for folks that wanted PCs. New partnerships with FFIV and IBM, anticipated back‐to‐school purchases, and the release of Windows 8 should allow SNX to outperform the market in the second half of 2012. We're reducing our estimates somewhat with guidance and reducing our TP to $40 from $45; we continue to like the name as SNX continues to generate mid‐single digit revenue growth. Excluding of the effect of the customer transition, SNX would have reported an overall 2.9% YoY growth rate.”
Synnex Corporation closed yesterday at $33.04.
Latest Ratings for SNX
|Jun 2016||Brean Capital||Maintains||Buy|
|Jun 2016||Raymond James||Downgrades||Outperform||Market Perform|
|May 2016||Raymond James||Upgrades||Underperform||Outperform|
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