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Juniper

$24.55

0.025 (0.10%)

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10/07/16
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Heavy trading in Juniper Networks as shares jump

Heavy trading in Juniper Networks as shares jump. The stock is up 34c to $24.86 on increasing volume of 1.2M shares amid renewed takeover chatter. Expiring Weekly 25 calls are the most actives in the name with more than 3K traded. Oct 24.5 and Oct 24 calls are the next most actives. Total volume is 7.5K calls and 400 puts.

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JNPR Juniper
$24.55

0.025 (0.10%)

06/22/16
JMPS
06/22/16
NO CHANGE
JMPS
Activist investor could persuade Imperva to sell itself, says JMP Securities
After activist investor Elliott acquired a 10% stake in Imperva (IMPV), JMP Securities thinks that Elliott will persuade the company to consider strategic alternatives and could convince the company to look to sell itself.. The firm believes that the company is "a strong acquisition prospect" for large companies such as HP (HPE), Cisco (CSCO), Juniper (JNPR), and Symantec (SYMC). The firm believes that Elliott will improve the company's cost management and execution. It reiterates a $57 price target and Outperform rating on Imperva.
07/01/16
OTRG
07/01/16
NO CHANGE
OTRG
Juniper's Q2 enterprise business stabilized, says OTR Global
OTR Global said Juniper's enterprise business stabilized during Q2, following the SAP implementation in January, and sales plan and win rate trends slightly quarter-over-quarter despite concerns about backlog.
07/06/16
DBAB
07/06/16
DOWNGRADE
Target $22
DBAB
Hold
Juniper downgraded to Hold from Buy at Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Bank analyst Vijay Bhagavath downgraded Juniper Networks to Hold saying his firm's Service Provider Channel research indicated the potential for margin pressure and share loss in the company's Routing business in FY17 and FY18. The analyst cut his price target for Juniper shares to $22 from $30.
07/20/16
PIPR
07/20/16
NO CHANGE
PIPR
Piper survey shows networking infrastructure demand slowed meaningfully
Piper Jaffray analyst Troy Jensen says his firm's Q2 Networking survey, which consisted of 36 resellers/distributors located in the U.S. and Europe, indicated that demand for networking infrastructure saw a meaningful slowdown in the June quarter. The survey indicated demand was weak across most vendors, with "some of the worst results in recent memory" from Cisco (CSCO), Juniper (JNPR) and F5 Networks (FFIV), Jensen tells investors in a research note. The analyst recommends caution on the space heading into the Q2 earnings season.

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