Moneygram to Gain Market Share in US-Mexican Corridor and 4 Stock Analyses Buzzing Today

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Moneygram International Inc. (NYSE:MGI):  After speaking with Latin/South America remittance providers, JMP Securities believes that several factors are likely to enable MoneyGram International  to gain market share in the United States-Mexican corridor. The firm firm maintains a $22 target and Outperform rating on the stock.

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Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT):  Needham believes that Red Hat, Inc. reported solid August quarter results amid an uncertain environment and maintains a Buy rating on their stock with a $63 price target.

Questar Corporation (NYSE:STR):  Following the recent pullback of shares and advancement of their Wexpro II initiative, UBS recommends buying Questar Corporation.

Novadaq Technologies (NYSE:NVDQ):  After attending Novadaq’s Analyst Day, JMP Securities believes that surgeons across a wide variety of indications are continuing to support their technology. The firm believes that the company’s devices are transformative and they have a multi-billion dollar market opportunity. The firm maintains an Outperform rating on their shares.

PSS World Medical Inc. (NASDAQ:PSSI):  Credit Suisse believes PSS World Medical Inc.’s divestiture process is proceeding better than expected and will provide capital deployment opportunities. The firm views valuation as attractive and reiterates their Outperform rating with a $26 price target, up from $25.

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