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5 Biggest Price Target Changes For Friday

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  • Morgan Stanley lowered Cyberark Software Ltd (NASDAQ: CYBR) price target from $55 to $48. Cyberark shares closed at $51.00 on Thursday.
  • Barclays cut the price target for Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ) from $49 to $47. Verizon shares closed at $43.49 on Thursday.
  • Deutsche Bank increased the price target on Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE: DAL) from $58 to $62. Delta shares closed at $54.50 on Thursday.
  • Cowen boosted Abbott Laboratories (NYSE: ABT) price target from $48 to $55. Abbott shares closed at $48.08 on Thursday.
  • Piper Jaffray lowered the price target for Cyberark Software Ltd (NASDAQ: CYBR) from $61 to $51. Cyberark shares closed at $51.00 on Thursday.

Latest Ratings for CYBR

DateFirmActionFromTo
Nov 2019Initiates Coverage OnNeutral
Nov 2019MaintainsEqual-Weight
Nov 2019MaintainsOverweight

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