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SSYS

Stratasys

$24.09

0.14 (0.58%)

08:23
10/03/16
10/03
08:23
10/03/16
08:23

Stratasys coverage transferred with an Outperform at FBR Capital

FBR Capital transferred coverage on Stratasys to analyst Christopher Van Horn who has an Outperform rating and a $29 price target on shares.

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SSYS Stratasys
$24.09

0.14 (0.58%)

08/04/16
PIPR
08/04/16
NO CHANGE
Target $23
PIPR
Neutral
Stratasys revenue estimates remain at risk, says Piper Jaffray
Piper Jaffray analyst Troy Jensen believes second half of 2016 revenue estimates remain at risk for Stratasys after the company reported "mixed" Q2 results. Sales missed expectations while better cost controls allowed the company to beat on the bottom line, Jensen tells investors in a post-earnings research note. He believes headwinds affecting demand likely prevail throughout the year and keeps a Neutral rating on Stratasys. Jensen lowered his price target for the shares to $23 from $24.
08/22/16
CHLM
08/22/16
NO CHANGE
CHLM
Buy
Stratasys could announce new products or partnership tomorrow, says Craig-Hallum
Craig-Hallum analyst Steve Dyer previewed Stratasys' media/analyst day tomorrow and said the company's announcements could include a new product/technology or partnership. Dyer rates Stratasys shares a Buy.
08/24/16
DBAB
08/24/16
NO CHANGE
DBAB
Hold
Stratasys technology interesting, but industry still paused, says Deutsche Bank
Deutsche Bank analyst Sherri Scribner said she found the new vertical 3D printing technology introduced by Stratasys at its media and investor event yesterday to be interesting, noting that it is said to allow the printing of larger or even "infinite" size objects and increase printing speed. However, the 3D printing industry remains paused and the company offered no new financial information or timeline for the release of its new products, said Scribner, who keeps a Hold rating on Stratasys shares.
09/15/16
KEYB
09/15/16
NO CHANGE
KEYB
3D printer, robot companies can benefit from manufacturing trend, says KeyBanc
After attending a manufacturing technology show, KeyBanc expects "short-cycle" OEMs to "remain focused on cost savings and efficiency improvement." 3D printing and "collaborative robot" systems can help meet this goal, according to the firm. The trend is positive for 3D Systems (DDD), Stratasys (SSYS), Materialise (MTLS), and Teradyne (TER), according to the firm. It keeps an Overweight rating on Materialise and Sector Weight ratings on the remaining companies named.

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