securities analyst

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Noun1.securities analyst - an analyst who studies the financial performance of corporations
analyst - an expert who studies financial data (on credit or securities or sales or financial patterns etc.) and recommends appropriate business actions
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JMP Securities analyst Ronald Josey initiated RumbleON with an Outperform rating and a price target of $10, saying its initial "differentiated approach" of buying and selling motorcycles online has now been expanded to cars and services such as financing.
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Hyundai Securities analyst Bae Sung-young said the market seems to be struggling to extend its gains after breaking through a long-held 1750 resistance level, noting that the market saw profit-taking by retail and institutional investors collide with the foreign inflows.
"If the shares reach 1,500 pence today we would recommend selling on the grounds that it's far from certain the deal will go through," Evolution Securities analyst Richard Griffith said.
Prudential reduced its offer for the company because its shareholders have been balking at the price offered, according to Clifford Gallant, a securities analyst at Keefe, Bruyette and Woods, New York.

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