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Fly News Breaks for October 9, 2019
Oct 9, 2019 | 06:07 EDT
Piper Jaffray analyst Harsh Kumar believes Nvidia's (NVDA) two biggest growth drivers, namely gaming and data center, are back. Following a round of channel checks, the analyst says Nvidia is one of the best positioned semiconductor companies from a "company-specific catalyst perspective." Gaming, which represents around half of the company's revenue, appears to have settled following the GPU inventory correction, and the segment is setup for a seasonally strong second half of 2019, Kumar tells investors in a research note. In addition, the analyst is convinced Nvidia's data center business appears to have stabilized, and he sees growth in the segment moving forward. Further, Kumar thinks the Mellanox (MLNX) acquisition is on track to close by the end of calendar 2019. Lastly, based on Piper's teen survey results, the analyst believes video game interest remains high among U.S. teens. He keeps an Overweight rating on Nvidia with a $200 price target. The stock closed Tuesday down $7.10 to $177.23.
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