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Analysts' Ratings History for Trius Therapeutics (NASDAQ:TSRX)02222/
New Price Target
5/10/2013 Guggenheim Initiated Coverage Trius Therapeutics (TSRX) Buy $20.00
3/25/2013 Zacks Reiterated Rating Trius Therapeutics (TSRX) Outperform Outperform $12.00
3/25/2013 Aegis Boost Price Target Trius Therapeutics (TSRX) Buy $14.00 $18.00
3/13/2013 Oppenheimer Reiterated Rating Trius Therapeutics (TSRX) Outperform $12.00
3/13/2013 Zacks Reiterated Rating Trius Therapeutics (TSRX) Outperform Outperform $12.00
3/13/2013 Piper Jaffray Reiterated Rating Trius Therapeutics (TSRX) Overweight $11.00
1/24/2013 Aegis Lower Price Target Trius Therapeutics (TSRX) Buy $15.00 $14.00
11/27/2012 Leerink Swann Initiated Coverage Trius Therapeutics (TSRX) Outperform $10.00
11/19/2012 Aegis Initiated Coverage Trius Therapeutics (TSRX) Buy $15.00
11/6/2012 Robert W. Baird Initiated Coverage Trius Therapeutics (TSRX) Outperform $11.00
9/12/2012 Oppenheimer Reiterated Rating Trius Therapeutics (TSRX) Outperform
8/29/2012 WBB Securities Initiated Coverage Trius Therapeutics (TSRX) Buy $7.00
I was chasing the stock this morning.(hate doing that)
5.06 and as soon as I placed the order it went to 5.07 then .08 09 10.11.12.
Finally triggered at 5.10
<<The more we see of LG's latest Black Label handset -- the mysterious BL40 -- the more we want to touch it, play with it, talk on it, and put it (or, at least try to put it) in our pockets. Shots of the bizarre-yet-beautiful phone have appeared over on a German forum where we're told the interface is S-Class-based, the screen is 800 x 345, and the camera is 5 megapixels strong with Schneider Kreuznach optics -- all specs that fall in line with what we've heard so far -- and there's also apparently WiFi, an FM transmitter, and about 335MB of free onboard storage (easily rectified with a huge microSD card, of course). What has us even more intrigued, though, is a single picture in the bunch that shows the BL40 next to a smaller, stouter device with virtually identical industrial design. We have no idea what it is, but it looks like LG might be poised to roll out a whole series of phones in this new Black Label line -- and which ones are Chocolate-branded is anyone's guess at this point. See what we mean after the break or hit up the read link for all the pics.
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