Smith & Wesson RISES on FBI Background Checks and 4 Stock Insights to Note

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Informatica Corporation (NASDAQ:INFA) price target was reduced by UBS after to its Q2 earnings miss, but keeps its Buy rating due to a compelling competitive position and a high quality management team.

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Smith & Wesson Holding Corporation (NASDAQ:SWHC) target has been increased by Benchmark Co. following the adjusted point of sale FBI background checks increased 24.5% in June. The company has provided an FY13 guidance which the firm states is “extremely strong.” The firm believes that commercial firearm sales will be strong throughout the next year causing it to keep its Buy rating.

Deckers Outdoor Corp. (NASDAQ:DECK) estimates were reduced by Susquehanna because of softer UK market sales and particular distributorship markets. Once its $100M share buyback program has run out, the firm thinks the board could consider options which will raise shareholder value. The shares have a Positive rating.

US Airways Group, Inc. (NYSE:LCC) target has been raised by Sterne Agee following the company’s report concerning the 1.7% rise in its mainline revenue passenger miles last month compared to June 2011. The firm predicts the company to find benefits from the cost controls. The firm keeps a Buy rating.

Cardinal Health, Inc. (NYSE:CAH): JPMorgan views Cardinal Health’s current share weakness as an opportunity to buy and maintains an Overweight rating on the stock. The firm predicts minimal risk to Cardinal Health’s contract with Walgreens and promising potential for upside during FY13.

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