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UPDATE: Credit Suisse Downgrades MoneyGram International to Neutral on Pricing Pressure

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Credit Suisse reduced its rating on MoneyGram International (NYSE: MGI) from Outperform to Neutral and lowered its price target from $25 to $16.

Credit Suisse noted, "While MGI has been posting revenue and transaction growth ahead of its peers, we are concerned increased competition will result in pricing pressure, slowing revenue growth and margin expansion. Furthermore, we are concerned that increased regulatory scrutiny across the industry could negatively affect MGI. We prefer to move to the sidelines. Our $16 TP is predicated on 6.5x our 2014 adj. EBITDA (in-line with WU's trading multiple)."

MoneyGram International closed at $12.43 on Wednesday.

Latest Ratings for MGI

DateFirmActionFromTo
Nov 2015JP MorganMaintainsOverweight
Aug 2015Evercore ISIUpgradesSellHold
Jun 2015MacquarieDowngradesOutperformNeutral

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