Analyst Sees $22.50 Intel Price Target and 4 Stock Analyses Making the Rounds

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Life Time Fitness Inc. (NYSE:LTM) member trends are expected by Oppenheimer to show improvement as unemployment declines. The firm keeps an Outperform rating and a $60 price target on the stock. Previously, this was incorrectly attributed to Cantor.

McDonald’s Corp. (NYSE:MCD) global comps are believed by Oppenheimer to have the ability to reach their lowest levels since 2003, and the firm mentions that same-store sales comps become even more difficult in Q4 and 1Q13. The firm does not see any upcoming positive catalysts, and it reiterates its Perform rating on the stock.

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Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) 2013 estimates were reduced by Morgan Stanley due to lower server expectations along with a lack of catalysts. Shares have an Underweight rating and a $22.50 price target.

Linear Technology Corp. (NASDAQ:LLTC) reported in-line Q1 results but provided lower Q2 revenue guidance than predicted, causing Oppenheimer to believe that the guidance reflects macro, instead of company specific, issues. The firm views that company as being well-positioned for the long-term, and it keeps its Outperform rating on the stock.

PSS World Medical Inc. (NASDAQ:PSSI): According to Baird, speculation regarding a takeover of PSS World Medical continues and should provide support for the shares. The firm stated that the company is attractive due to the fact that it would be accretive to a great deal of buyers, restructuring could be accelerated, and long term growth targets remain attractive concerning peers. Shares have a Neutral rating and a $22 price target.

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