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Wall Street Raises Price Targets For Intel Following Q1 Earnings, 8% Avg

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Wall Street firms have raised their price targets for Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) following the company's first quarter earnings release.

  • Topeka -- from $28 to $30, +7.1%, Maintains Buy
  • MKM -- from $26 to $27, +3.8%, Neutral
  • Susquehanna -- from $21 to $23, +9.5%, Neutral
  • Cowen -- from $23.50 to $24, +2.1%, Market Perform
  • FBR -- from $27 to $30, +11.1%, Outperform
  • Pacific Crest -- from $31 to $32, +3.2%, Outperform
  • Jefferies -- from $32 to $35, +9.3%, Buy
  • UBS -- from $24 to $28, +16.6%, Neutral
  • Roth -- from $25 to $28, +12%, Neutral
  • RBC -- from $26 to $28, +7.6%, Sector Perform
  • Goldman -- from $16 to $17, +6.2%, Sell

The average price target bump was 8%.

Shares are only up 0.15 percent to $26.80 in Wednesday trading after hitting a high of $27.85 in Tuesday's post-market session.

Latest Ratings for INTC

DateFirmActionFromTo
Apr 2016Goldman SachsMaintainsNeutral
Apr 2016JP MorganMaintainsOverweight
Apr 2016Northland SecuritiesDowngradesOutperformMarket Perform

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