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Credit Suisse First Boston Ups Apple's Stock Rating

Credit Suisse First Boston Ups Apple's Stock Rating

by , 10:45 AM EST, April 5th, 2002

Credit Suisse First Boston has upped its rating on AAPL from a "sell at US$25" to a hold. The firm says it is becoming "less negative" on the stock. From a mention in TheStreet.com:

We are becoming less negative on the stock and are no longer recommending selling the stock at $25. Although the company might miss the March quarter due to higher component costs and below-plan new iMac volumes, management will stress the issues as temporary. Maintain Hold.

You can find the original article published at Yahoo!.

The Mac Observer Spin:

At some point, you would think that more analysts would note that Apple has been very consistent for the last couple of years, but that's just us.

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