Diebold shares could reach $40, Barron's says Diebold's earnings growth could drive the stock to $40 if new CEO Andy Mattes can cut costs and exploit growth opportunities as quickly as planned, Barron's reports. Investors could see a return of over 28%, taking the company's 3.6% dividend yield into account, the paper adds. Reference Link
Diebold sees FY15 non-GAAP EPS $1.90-$2.10, consensus $2.03 Sees FY15 financial self-service revenue up 2%-4%; Sees FY15 security revenue relatively flat YoY. Sees FY15 Brazil "other" revenue to be approximately $50M. Sees FY15 non-GAAP effective tax rate of approximately 30%. Sees FY15 free cahs flow to be approximately $120M. Sees FY15 negative impact from currency of 1.5%.