All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘J.P. Morgan’

J.P. Morgan Cuts Google Price Target By $73

In eight days, Google will give its second quarter financial report, and at least one group of analysts seems to think bad news is inevitable.  J.P. Morgan cut its forecasts in several respects this morning, with the most dramatic reduction being a $73 chop in Google’s price target.

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Across-the-Board Growth Expected In Internet Industry

The U.S. online advertising industry will shake off the recession’s effects and have an excellent time of it in 2010, according to one expert.  J.P. Morgan’s Imran Khan has predicted that just about every aspect of the sphere should experience significant growth this year.

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98 Percent Of Survey Takers Won’t Switch To Bing

JP Morgan’s Imran Khan has released the results of a search engine survey, and suffice it to say, Steve Ballmer needs to hope that the 750 people who were involved don’t represent the average individual.  Almost none of Khan’s participants said they’d switch to Bing on a permanent basis.

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J.P. Morgan Analyst Lowers Online Ad Forecasts

To the question of "how low can you go," J.P. Morgan analyst Imran Khan could reassure people by answering "we’re not in the negatives."  Yet Khan did see fit to drop his 2008 growth estimates regarding display and search advertising.

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