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July 12, 2013
07:34 EDTEAElectronic 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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July 23, 2014
15:02 EDTEAElectronic Arts downgraded to Hold from Buy at Benchmark Co.
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09:47 EDTEAElectronic Arts falls after earnings report, levels to watch
The shares are down 3.4% to $37.12 at time of writing, bouncing off the session low at $36.19 which is now support. Resistance is at $38.38. The company reported last night after the close, beating for the reported quarter. The company's view for FY15 adjusted EPS is now $1.85, below consensus of $1.89. Price targets were upped at three firms: UBS to $40, Piper Jaffray to $44, and Stifel to $46.
07:38 EDTEAElectronic Arts price target raised to $40 from $35 at UBS
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07:17 EDTEAElectronic Arts price target raised to $46 from $42 at Stifel
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05:43 EDTEAElectronic Arts price target raised to $44 from $38 at Piper Jaffray
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July 22, 2014
16:05 EDTEAElectronic Arts sees Q2 adjusted EPS 50c, consensus 51c
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16:05 EDTEAElectronic Arts sees FY15 adjusted EPS $1.85, consensus $1.89
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16:03 EDTEAElectronic Arts reports Q1 adjusted EPS 19c, consensus (4c)
Reports Q1 non-GAAP revenue $775M, consensus $713.24M. The company said, “EA delivered first quarter EPS above prior year and our guidance through a combination of revenue growth, higher gross margins and lower operating expenses. We have gotten off to a great start and are encouraged by the trends in our industry and business."
15:30 EDTEANotable companies reporting after market close
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15:14 EDTEAElectronic Arts July weekly 38.5 straddle priced for 7.2% move into Q1
11:20 EDTEAElectronic Arts July weekly volatility increases into Q1 and outlook
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July 21, 2014
07:34 EDTEAElectronic Arts execution should lead to multiple expansion, says Brean Capital
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July 18, 2014
07:22 EDTEATotal June video game sales up 24%, spending on games down 3%, VentureBeat says
Sales of physical video game products, including consoles, games and accessories, rose 24% from the same month of last year to $736.4M in the U.S. in June, reported VentureBeat, citing NPD Group data. Spending on games slid 3% year-over-year to $286.8M, the report noted, with NPD stating that sales of launch titles this June "did not compare favorably" to those launched in 2013. The report also noted that PS4 again outsold Xbox One in the month. Publicly traded companies in the video game space include Activision Blizzard (ATVI), Electronic Arts (EA), GameStop (GME), Take-Two (TTWO), Sony (SNE) and Microsoft (MSFT). Reference Link
06:38 EDTEAJune NPD video game software sales fell 3%, says Piper Jaffray
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July 16, 2014
09:03 EDTEAElectronic Arts price target raised to $44 from $37 at Sterne Agee
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July 15, 2014
06:06 EDTEAElectronic Arts names Ken Moss as Chief Technology Officer
Electronic Arts (EA) announced on its website that it has named Ken Moss as its Chief Technology Officer. As CTO, Ken will lead the organization, strategy and vision for EA’s Digital Platform and Information Technology divisions. Moss comes to EA most recently from eBay (EBAY), where he led the Marketplace Technology, Science and Data global organization. He is a 20-year veteran of Microsoft (MSFT), where he founded and led the engineering and product teams on Search -- which later became Bing -- and played an important role in Microsoft’s transition to large-scale services. Reference Link

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