from Neutral and raises its price target from $32 to $40
from the horse's mouth: " We are lowering 12/13/14E EPS from $4.05/$4.40/$4.80 to$3.98/$4.32/$4.71. While there's been reason to question PG's ability to deliver savings, committing to such a large target represents change, in our view. In our view PG's new target represents a material step forward that the market should take seriously, as even if PG delivers only part of the savings, this could be a tough stock to miss, given its position as an under-owned benchmark. If PG can deliver on savings, it would be able to drive margins higher despite an expensive emerging markets expansion. "