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FEYE

FireEye

$16.74

0.33 (2.01%)

16:02
10/30/18
10/30
16:02
10/30/18
16:02

FireEye reports Q3 adjusted EPS 6c, consensus 2c

Reports Q3 revenue $212M, consensus $208.45M.

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FEYE FireEye
$16.74

0.33 (2.01%)

10/05/18
OPCO
10/05/18
NO CHANGE
Target $22
OPCO
Outperform
FireEye's Cyber Defense Summit 'well attended,' says Oppenheimer
Oppenheimer analyst Shaul Eyal maintained an Outperform rating and $22 price target on FireEye following the company's Cyber Defense Summit. Eyal tells investors in a research note that the event was "well attended" and he remains attracted to FireEye's longer-term product strategy with Helix as well as its existing opportunity with spoke products such as Endpoint and Email Security where it has continued to expand capabilities up the stack.
10/17/18
BARD
10/17/18
INITIATION
BARD
Outperform
FireEye initiated with an Outperform at Baird
10/18/18
BARD
10/18/18
INITIATION
Target $22
BARD
Outperform
FireEye initiated with an Outperform at Baird
Baird analyst Jonathan Ruykhaver last night initiated coverage of FireEye with an Outperform rating and $22 price target. The analyst says that while the company's turnaround story "seems to be stuck in second gear," he believes in the vision laid out by management around an automated platform for detection, response and remediation. Further, the recent collaboration with Google somewhat validates the bull thesis that threat intelligence from Mandiant is differentiated and should drive sales when integrated into product, the analyst contends. He calls FireEye a top pick in Security and Infrastructure Software.
10/29/18
JPMS
10/29/18
NO CHANGE
JPMS
JPMorgan lists potential Software takeover targets after Red Hat deal
The volume of acquisitions in Software appears to be picking up with over 70 transactions announced year-to-date including last night's Red Hat (RHT) takeover by IBM (IBM), JPMorgan analyst Sterling Auty tells investors in a research note. The analyst puts the deals announced this year into three buckets: strategic, where the acquirer looks to gain a strong foothold in a new segment, vertical acquiring companies, and valuation, with acquirers going after assets with discounted valuations. Auty sees number of companies fitting those same characteristics across his coverage universe. In the strategic category, the analyst sees Okta (OKTA), Palo Alto Networks (PANW), ServiceNow (NOW), RingCentral (RNG), Aspen Technology (AZPN) and DocuSign (DOCU) as potential acquisition targets. In the vertical industry exposure category, Auty lists Guidewire (GWRE), Veeva (VEEV), Medidata (MDSO), Ellie Mae (ELLI) and Q2 Holdings (QTWO) as potential targets. And in the attractive valuation bucket, the analyst sees FireEye (FEYE), Carbon Black (CBLK), Secureworks (SCWX), Akamai (AKAM) and LogMeln (LOGM) as potential candidates to get acquired.

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