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Fly News Breaks for May 9, 2019
GDOT, WMT
May 9, 2019 | 09:38 EDT
Loop Capital analyst Joseph Vafi lowered his price target on Green Dot (GDOT) to $75 after its FY19 profitability guidance cut, saying the company's decision to "materially" increase investment this year was "surprising." The analyst also notes that Green Dot's attractive end market opportunities and leading position justify his maintained Buy rating. Vafi adds that he was encouraged by the management's commentary indicating "increased collaboration on new products with Walmart (WMT)" ahead of its expected contract renewal with the retailer next year.
News For GDOT;WMT From the Last 2 Days
WMT
Jul 23, 2019 | 09:09 EDT
Loop Capital analyst Andrew Wolf raised his price target on Walmart to $115, saying the company's recently announced consolidation of the U.S. stores and e-commerce divisions' supply chains and financial management is positive for its continued expansion in omnichannel merchandising. The analyst notes that the perception of this consolidation as a sign of "retrenchment and/or infighting at the senior operating ranks" is mistaken. Wolf is keeping his Hold rating on Walmart however, citing its current valuation.