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Mattel Inc. was upgraded to buy from hold at Stifel with analysts expressing confidence that the toy company is poised to meet or exceed its goals through 2023. Stifel raised its price target to $33 from $27. Goals includes revenue growth in the high-single digits, implying $6.4 billion and adjusted earnings per share of $1.90 or more, according to analysts. "We believe Mattel is on track to meet or exceed its financial targets over the next few years, suggesting the company could approach peak results achieved 10 years ago," analysts wrote. Mattel reported earnings that beat expectations earlier this month. And it announced that it won the Disney Princess and "Frozen" toy licenses from rival Hasbro Inc. in January. Mattel stock was down 3.6% in Thursday premarket trading, but has gaine...
Stifel upgraded Mattel (MAT) to a Buy rating from Hold on its view the toy maker is ready to see strong growth and see margins expand. Read more.
Mattel is seeing strength across the board and its stock should rise, Stifel said.
These are the major calls by Wall Street analysts that pros are reading on Thursday, Feb. 24.
The toy company is on track to approach the peak results it achieved nearly a decade ago, writes Stifel analyst Drew Crum.
By Peter Nurse
Mattel (MAT) Stock Could Toy With a Dip Before Seeing Renewed GainsMAT
CNBC''s Jim Cramer interviewed the CEO of Mattel, Ynon Kreiz, on Tuesday''s episode of "Mad Money."
Mattel CEO looks to Barbie to help the toy conglomerate become the next Marvel, as the company looks to break into Hollywood
The company behind American Girl, Barbie, and Hot Wheels currently has 14 movies and 30 television shows in production.
Business - Mattel CEO wants to turn Barbie into the next big film franchise, as the toy company looks to break into Hollywood and compete with Marvel
A "Barbie for President" doll at the special exhibition "Busy girl - Barbie makes a career." Christoph Schmidt/picture alliance via Getty Images Mattel, the toy manufacturer