Mizuho Securities Downgrades AAC Holdings (AAC) to Underperform Following Trump Win
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Mizuho Securities downgraded AAC Holdings (NYSE: AAC) from Neutral to Underperform with a price target of $6.00 following Trump victory.
Analyst Ann Hynes commented, "We are downgrading AAC to Underperform. The ACA included significant expansion of addiction benefits. Given AAC's other issues (e.g. balance sheet worries and lab reimbursement), we think the stock will underperform. Our new price target is $6."
Shares of AAC Holdings closed at $7.00 yesterday.
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