Lockheed Martin Corp. (NYSE: LMT) was reiterated as Hold by Jefferies and given a $400 price target, implying upside of 14% from the most recent closing price of $349.35. The consensus price target is $435.74. Lockheed Martin stock traded at $348.95, in its 52-week range of $266.11 to $442.53.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. (NASDAQ: KTOS) was reiterated with a Buy rating and a $23 price target. Shares were trading at $26.12, with a consensus price target of $25.40. The stock has traded in a range of $5.00 to $26.90 over the past 52 weeks.
Peloton Interactive Inc. (NASDAQ: PTON) was reiterated as Outperform and its price target was raised to $162 from $142 at JMP Securities. Shares of Peloton were up 13% at $163.39, in a 52-week range of $17.70 to $166.23. The consensus price target is $136.33.
Square Inc. (NYSE: SQ) was reiterated with a Buy rating at BTIG Research, which also raised the price target to $295 from $220. Square stock was up about 2% at $237.54, with a consensus price target of $200.00. The stock has traded within a range of $32.33 to $242.58 over the past year.
Veeva Systems Inc. (NYSE: VEEV) was reiterated with a Buy rating and a $325 price target at Stifel. This compares with a consensus price target of $308.43. Veeva stock was up about 5% at 284.04, and it has a 52-week range of $118.11 to $313.99.
Ventas Inc. (NYSE: VTR) was reiterated with a Hold rating and a $47 price target at Stifel. This implies nearly a 4% downside from the most recent closing price of $48.83. The stock has a consensus price target of $46.37 and a 52-week range of $13.35 to $63.38.
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