Las Vegas Sands a BUY and 4 Must-See Expert Insights

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Las Vegas Sands Corp. (NYSE:LVS) estimates were reduced by KeyBanc due to a revenue growth slowdown in Macau and a slow incline to its new Sand Cotai Central property. Shares keep a Buy rating.

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Jarden Corp. (NYSE:JAH) should report in-line results for Q2, but valuation should improve, according to DA Davidson. The firm believes the company will utilize its strong cash flow in order to make accretive actions. The firm keeps a Buy rating on the stock.

FTI Consulting, Inc. (NYSE:FCN): According to Baird’s checks, the company shows weakening trends in both litigation and restructuring segments forcing them to reduce the Professional and IT Services group’s outlook. Price targets for FTI Consulting were lowered to $35 from $39,  Huron (NASDAQ:HURN) to $34 from $40, and Navigant Consulting (NYSE:NCI) to $15 from $16.

Rubicon Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:RBCN) target was increased by DA Davidson due to the firm’s beliefs that preliminary data from Taiwanese LED companies suggest improvement within the sector last month. The firm anticipates that Rubicon’s SoS business will do well during the year. The firm keeps its Buy rating on the stock.

Akorn Inc.’s (NASDAQ:AKRX) base generics businesses keep looking solid and its Q3 results hold potential for a significant upside, according to Piper Jaffray. The firm keeps an Overweight rating on the stock but increases its price target to $21 on the stock.

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