Oracle (ORCL): Notes From Investor Day - Cowen
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Cowen analyst, Derick Wood, reiterated his Outperform rating on shares of Oracle (NYSE: ORCL) after the company's analyst day. He stated ORCL has built much stronger traction in Cloud than investors give them credit for and additional insight into operational changes, with CFO comments, give him confidence that ORCL can see an inflection point in EPS growth in FY18.
No change to the price target of $46.
Shares of Oracle closed at $39.51 yesterday.
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