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MANH

Manhattan Associates

$59.01

1.105 (1.91%)

17:41
10/18/16
10/18
17:41
10/18/16
17:41

Manhattan Associates ups FY16 adjusted EPS view to $1.82-$1.84 from $1.78-$1.81

Consensus $1.79. Cuts Fy16 revenue view to $603M-$609M from $615M-$620M, consensus $615.98M.

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MANH Manhattan Associates
$59.01

1.105 (1.91%)

10/13/16
BMUR
10/13/16
NO CHANGE
Target $75
BMUR
Buy
Manhattan Associates well positioned for solid quarter, says Brean Capital
Brean Capital analyst Yun Kim said checks on the industry fundamentals show a steady positive demand environment. The analyst believes Manhattan Associates remains well positioned to deliver yet another solid quarter including top line growth and improving margin leverage. Kim reiterated his Buy rating and $75 price target on Manhattan Associates shares.
08/02/16
BMUR
08/02/16
NO CHANGE
Target $75
BMUR
Buy
Manhattan Associates CFO rehire a positive, says Brean Capital
Brean Capital noted Manhattan Associates rehired Dennis Story as CFO and views it as positive for the company. The firm noted he resigned for family related issues, but he had been a long time member of the executive team and a key contributor to the company's consistent financial performance. Brean Capital reiterated its Buy rating and $75 price target on Manhattan Associates shares.
07/20/16
BMUR
07/20/16
NO CHANGE
Target $75
BMUR
Buy
Manhattan Associates reports 'typical solid' performance, says Brean Capital
Brean Capital called Manhattan Associates' Q2 results a typical solid performance. The firm said the shares reflect the company's exceptional consistency in its sales execution and could command higher valuation multiples as the company continues to show solid, consistent execution and improving margins. Brean Capital reiterated its Buy rating and $75 price target on Manhattan Associates shares.
07/12/16
RAJA
07/12/16
NO CHANGE
Target $74
RAJA
Outperform
Raymond James a bit more cautious on Manhattan's software license business
Raymond James analyst Terry Tillman has grown a bit more cautious on Manhattan Associates' more volatile software license business and believes Brexit and broader macro concerns could be a temporary headwind in close rates. As a result, Tillman lowered his 2016 software license estimate to 4.5% growth from 7.5% growth and lowered 2016 earnings by a penny to $1.75. The analyst continues to rate Manhattan Associates an Outperform given double digit top-line growth and 20%-30% earnings growth.

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