Visa Maintains Outperform After Reporting EPS and 4 Stock Analyses Buzzing Today

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DGSE Companies, Inc. (AMEX:DGSE) new management was given the support and confidence of NTR Metals in a statement that was  issued by NTR. Yesterday, DGSE announced that it completed the steps that were required by its Plan of Compliance with NYSE Amex LLC to regain compliance with continued listing standards of the exchange. NTR said that it has confidence in DGSE’s new management team and its strategy for the future growth of the company. Additionally, NTR expects to keep making open-market purchases of DGSE stock after it begins trading and is subject to applicable law, market conditions, and price.

Axis Capital Holdings Ltd. (NYSE:AXS) reported higher Q3 operating EPS than predicted, influencing Wells Fargo to think that the company’s underlying results beat expectations. The firm keeps its Market Perform rating on the stock.

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Visa, Inc. (NYSE:V) valuation range was raised by Wells Fargo increased following the company’s report of higher EPS than predicted. The firm keeps its Outperform rating on the stock.

SM Energy Company (NYSE:SM) results are believed by Wells Fargo to beat high Street expectations. The firm keeps its Outperform rating on the stock.

Baxter International Inc. (NYSE:BAX): According to Piper Jaffray, data released by Biogen (NASDAQ:BIIB) on its hempohilia program suggest that it is far less threatening to Baxter’s hemophilia treatment than was feared. The firm believes that Baxter’s stock will outperform into the end of the year, and it keeps its Overweight rating on the stock.

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