Absolute Software has 39 per cent upside, Industrial Alliance says

Nov 06 06:11 2018 Print This Article

Absolute Software’s (Absolute Software Stock Quote, Chart: TSX:ABT) quarterly financials came out marginally ahead of analyst Blair Abernethy’s expectations, which was enough for the Industrial Alliance Securities CFA to reiterate his “Buy” recommendation and C$10.50 price target for ABT. Last Friday, Absolute Software reported its fiscal first quarter 2019 financials for the three months ended […]

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