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Nomura Securities Downgrades Dollar Tree (DLTR) to Neutral; Valuation Call

July 2, 2012 8:35 AM EDT Send to a Friend
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Price: $51.09 --0%

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Nomura Securities downgraded Dollar Tree (NASDAQ: DLTR) from Buy to Neutral with a price target of $54.00.

Analyst, Aram Rubinson, said, "The reason for the change is that DLTR shares have reached our $54 price target. Our estimates and target are both unchanged. While the shares are likely to continue to perform well, it is harder to justify a higher target at present. We model comps to grow 5% per annum in ‘12 and ‘13. We model a 13.2% EBIT margin versus a prior peak of 13.1% seen in 1999. At 10x our 2013 EBITDA, DLTR shares are trading at an appropriate level, in our view. In addition to terrific merchandising and 6-7% store growth, DLTR offers investors a strong balance sheet and stable results that seem to recur in all kinds of macro environments."

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Shares of Dollar Tree closed at $53.80 yesterday.




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