Electronic Arts price target raised to $29 from $24 at Brean Capital Brean Capital raised its price target on Electronic Arts ahead of Q1 results. The firm believes the company is well positioned for the console transition year and for potential margin improvements. Brean Capital also believes the issue of CEO succession is an overhang but can serve as a positive near term catalyst. Shares are Buy rated.
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August NPD video game software sales fell 21%, says Piper Jaffray Piper Jaffray says August NPD video game software sales fell 21% year-over-year. The firm continues to expect growth beginning in late 2014 and recommends using any weakness in shares of GameStop (GME), Electronic Arts (EA), Activision Blizzard (ATVI) and Take-Two (TTWO) as a buying opportunity.