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After Oppenheimer's Latest Rating On Twitter, Here's How Peers Are Looking


Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR) has been trading close to the low end of its 52-week range lately.

Nonetheless, Oppenheimer analyst Jason Helfstein doesn’t seem to see upside potential in the stock for the upcoming months. The research firm initiated coverage of the social media company with a Perform rating and a $36 price target.

Pivotal Research, Evercore ISI and JMP Securities, meanwhile, are bullish on the stock.

Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ: FB)

Facebook is also worth watching.

Analysts at MKM Partners initiated coverage on the stock in early-November, with a Buy rating and a $105 price target.

The company, they say, “is well positioned to attract video ad dollars." Facebook's “superior business model gives it a distinct advantage among social media companies, as video ads will fuel growth for the next 10 years.”

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Citigroup also holds a $91 price target on the stock. Facebook recently traded at $81.50, up 2 percent on Monday.

LinkedIn Corporation (NYSE: LNKD)

What about LinkedIn?

Last week, Wells Fargo initiated coverage on the stock with an Outperform rating and a valuation range of $260 to $270, up from its previous target of $234.

Analysts at the bank cited expectations of “a 31 percent 2014-2016 revenue CAGR, while growing adjusted EBITDA margin to 28.4 percent in FY'16 from an estimated 26.3 percent for FY'14.”

Earlier this quarter, Monness Crespi Hardt also assumed coverage with a Buy rating and a $270 target.

Latest Ratings for TWTR

Apr 2019GuggenheimMaintainsBuyBuy
Feb 2019BTIG ResearchMaintainsBuyBuy
Jan 2019Bank of AmericaUpgradesUnderperformBuy

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