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Mark Mahaney, Citigroup Investment Research Internet analyst, discusses why he maintains a "buy" rating on Groupon and a $19 per share price target, despite hitting new lows since the stock went public last November.
Groupon shares continue to plummet—falling below $8 for the first time Wednesday, and ending the day down 6.5 percent, bringing the stock down 62 percent year-to-date. What happened?
Stocks recovered from their worst levels but still finished lower Wednesday in choppy trading, after minutes of the Federal Reserve's latest meeting offered no strong hints about more easing to prop up the sluggish economy.
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Take a look at some of Wednesday's midday movers:
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Stocks trimmed most of their losses to close narrowly mixed Monday as hopes for stimulus from the Federal Reserve helped limit losses following a disappointing manufacturing report.
Herman Leung, Susquehanna Financial Group analyst, explains why he cut the price target from $15 to $12 for the e-commerce company.
Stocks rallied Tuesday amid optimism that the Federal Reserve will announce further steps to help the economy following their two-day meeting, but finished off session highs after reports that a German official said there were no plans to use the EU's rescue fund to buy bonds of troubled countries.
Although Groupon shares have taken a beating since their market debut last year, one analyst thinks the stock is nearing a range in which it is fully valued.
Stocks finished mixed Monday after wavering in a tight range for most of the session as ongoing worries over Spain overshadowed results of the weekend's Greek elections and as investors hesitated to jump in ahead of the FOMC meeting.
U.S. stock index futures were higher Tuesday, as investors bet on the Federal Reserve announcing further economic stimulus measures after its monetary policy meeting.
"I think we are getting towards a point of fair value for Groupon, I wouldn't be going gangbusters for Groupon however there is some reason to believe that they will be able to continue to cut back on their customer acquisition cost and to continue to grow revenue," Max Wolff, chief economist at GreenCrest Capital, told CNBC.