Deutsche Bank Downgrades Hawaiian Holdings (HA) to Hold

January 30, 2013 7:18 AM EST Send to a Friend
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Deutsche Bank downgraded Hawaiian Holdings (NASDAQ: HA) from Buy to Hold with a price target of $7.00 (from $10.00) following Q4 results.

The firm comments, "We are lowering our 2013 EPS estimate from $1.55 to $0.90 (vs. consensus of $1.34) as we think Hawaiian's margins are likely to remain under pressure for at least 1H 2013 due to: yen weakness; excess supply in several key markets; and the launch of several new markets. While we think Hawaiian will continue to remain profitable for 2013, our new 12 month price target of $7 derived from our reduced EPS forecast implies only 7% upside for HA shares from last close of $6.54. As such, we believe the shares no longer warrant a Buy rating, hence the change to Hold."

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Shares of Hawaiian Holdings closed at $6.54 yesterday.


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