Stifel analyst Brad Reback raised his price target for Microsoft (MSFT) to $155 from $150 saying the company last night posted a "strong" Q4. Microsoft is effectively tapping into "sizable" Tier-1 enterprise workloads, a segment of the market that has historically been reserved for legacy providers like IBM (IBM), Oracle (ORCL) and SAP (SAP), Reback tells investors in a research note. He believes this leads to a "significant expansion" in Microsoft's total addressable market and should support growth at scale for many years to come. The analyst keeps a Buy rating on the shares.
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