DSW Inc.'s plan to focus on private-label merchandise through its Camuto Group acquisition comes with a risk, according to Canaccord Genuity analysts. DSW, which has changed its name to Designer Brands with a new ticker, "DBI," that will go into effect April 2, announced during its Tuesday investor day that it will focus on exclusive merchandise. "This increase in private label goods made by Camuto will over time replace the 700 labels (20% of the mix today) that do not warrant shelf space," Canaccord wrote. "While we see the potential behind this strategy, we also see risks DSW may not be accounting for, namely risk to Camuto's private label wholesale business with Dillard's and Macy's." Canaccord analysts are concerned that Dillard's Inc. and Macy's Inc. would move their business elsewhere to reduce competition. "[T]hat is just what we are seeing evidence of with Steve Madden having won a portion of the Dillard's private-label business," Canaccord said. Canaccord rates DSW shares hold with a $25 price target, down from $28. DSW stock closed Wednesday down nearly 13%, and are down 4.5% in Wednesday trading. Shares have sunk 14.5% in 2019. The S&P 500 index has gained 12.6% for the year to date.