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UPDATE: Piper Jaffray Raises PT to $19 on Express on Signs of Stabilization

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Piper Jaffray reiterated its Overweight rating on Express (NYSE: EXPR) and raised its price target from $15 to $19.

Piper Jaffray commented, "We are reiterating our Overweight rating on EXPR shares in view of stabilizing samestore sales trends and a better-than-anticipated FQ4 outlook. Looking into next year, EXPR shares are likely to emerge as a top small-cap recovery candidate for 2013 among investors. Our longer-term confidence in Express's ability to rebound rests in 1) their iterative test-and-react process in product choices; 2) the brand's recent re-entry into the top ten rankings in our proprietary consumer behavior survey work this fall; and 3) an experienced and focused bench of management talent manifested recently in President David Kornberg's elevation."

Express closed at $12.99 on Tuesday.

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