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Msg  55643 of 55794  at  1/11/2017 11:07:22 AM  by

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Stocks that should be on your radar screen

STOCKS THAT SHOULD BE ON YOUR RADAR SCREEN

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

DAVID LEEDER
 

Hudson's Bay (HBC-TSX)

Close: $10.16, down $1.50

TD Securities analyst Brian Morrison downgraded Hudson's Bay Co. after it cut its 2016 guidance following a weak holiday season.

On Monday, HBC announced it expects sales of $14.4-billion to $14.6-billion for the year, down from $14.5-billion to $14.9-billion in its previous guidance from November.

Target: Moving his rating to "hold" from "buy," Mr. Morrison cut his target to $13 from $26.

The analyst average is $18.13.

Aimia (AIM-TSX)

Close: $8.68, down 40¢

The uncertainty surrounding its contract renegotiation with Air Canada creates a significant overhang for Aimia Inc., CIBC World Markets analyst Stephanie Price said. She downgraded the Montreal-based company to "underperformer" from "neutral." "We believe that Air Canada is coming into the negotiation from a position of strength," Ms. Price said.

Target: Her target for the stock remains $8 a share. The average is $9.44.

Brio Gold (BRIO-TSX)

Close: $3.35, unchanged

Brio Gold Inc. provides an "interesting combination of betterthan-average quality and value," according to CIBC World Markets analyst David Haughton. He initiated coverage of the company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Yamana Gold Inc., with a "neutral" rating. Brio commenced trading on the TSX on Dec. 28.

Target: Mr. Haughton set a price target of $5.05 for the stock.

Expedia (EXPE-Nasdaq)

Close: $117.62 (U.S.), up 32¢

Expedia Inc. is an online travel agency "juggernaut," but nearterm risks should not be ignored, Citigroup analyst Mark May said, initiating coverage with a "sell" rating. "As Expedia comps recent acquisitions and other factors come into play ... growth could slow more (and margins could come under more pressure) than consensus currently estimates," he said.

Target: Mr. May set a target of $105 (U.S.). Consensus is $142.33.

Goldman Sachs Group (GS-NYSE)

Close: $242.57 (U.S.), down 32¢

Citigroup analyst Keith Horowitz downgraded both Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to "sell" from "neutral." "GS is currently trading at 1.4 times tangible book value, which represents a 200 basis point gap on return on tangible equity above where expectations are currently," he said.

Target: His target for Goldman stock is $225 (U.S.). The analyst consensus is $232.56.



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