JPMorgan Downgrades Ultimate Software (ULTI) to Neutral Following End to 'Go-Shop' Period
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JPMorgan analyst Mark Murphy downgraded Ultimate Software (NASDAQ: ULTI) from Overweight to Neutral with a price target of $331.50.
Shares of Ultimate Software closed at $328.59 yesterday.
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