Citrix Programs (NASDAQ:CTXS) had its goal value decreased by equities analysis analysts at Morgan Stanley from $150.00 to $143.00 in a analysis notice issued on Thursday, Benzinga studies. The agency presently has an "equal weight" score on the cloud computing firm's inventory. Morgan Stanley's value goal would point out a possible upside of 19.99% from the corporate's present value.
CTXS has been the subject of a number of different analysis studies. Jefferies Monetary Group upgraded shares of Citrix Programs from a "maintain" score to a "purchase" score and upped their value goal for the corporate from $150.00 to $180.00 in a report on Tuesday, April twenty seventh. Zacks Investment Research lowered shares of Citrix Programs from a "maintain" score to a "sturdy promote" score and set a $106.00 value goal on the inventory. in a report on Wednesday. Royal Financial institution of Canada boosted their goal value on shares of Citrix Programs from $145.00 to $150.00 in a analysis report on Wednesday, January twentieth. Lastly, Financial institution of America began protection on shares of Citrix Programs in a analysis report on Tuesday, April thirteenth. They set an "underperform" score for the corporate. Three analysts have rated the inventory with a promote score, two have given a maintain score, 4 have issued a purchase score and one has given a robust purchase score to the corporate's inventory. The inventory has a consensus score of "Maintain" and a consensus value goal of $155.55.» Read more from www.marketbeat.com