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State Street Corp (STT) [hlAlert]

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STT
up 73.79 %

State Street Corp (STT) upgraded to Overweight with price target $51 by HSBC Securities

Posted on: Tuesday,  Nov 17, 2009  10:25 AM ET by HSBC Securities

HSBC Securities rated Overweight State Street Corp (NYSE: STT) on 11/17/2009, when the stock price was $41.97. Since
then, State Street Corp has gained 73.79% as of 01/13/2016's recent price of $72.94.
If you would have followed this HSBC Securities's recommendation on STT, you would have gained 73.79% of your investment in 2248 days.

Sterling Bank is a community bank headquartered in Burlington County, New Jersey. Sterling Bank's main office is located in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, and its six other Community Banking Centers are located in Burlington and Camden Counties in New Jersey. Sterling Bank began operations in December with the purpose of serving consumers and small to medium-sized businesses in its market area. The Bank's deposits are insured to the applicable regulatory limits per depositor by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Sterling Bank is a member of the Federal Reserve System.

HSBC has refined and refocused its Global Equities organisation, creating a lean and flexible business model built to meet the needs of global issuers and investors today and in the future. Acknowledging the changing demands of clients, we have also refined our research model, moving away from traditional maintenance to focus on long term, thematic research (a two-year-plus horizon) combined with short term (zero to three months), real-time, actionable ideas both for companies and sectors.
Stock Market Advice
Date/Time (ET)SymbolRatingTermPrice (*)Target
11/17/2009 10:25 AM Buy
None
41.97 51.00
as of 12/31/2009
1 Week up  7.24 %
1 Month up  16.82 %
3 Months up  14.96 %
1 YTD up  14.96 %
Previous Recommendations
Date/Time (ET)SymbolRatingTermPrice (*)Target
7/11/2007 9:25 AM Hold
None
67.50 73.90

(*) Stock Price at the time of the recommendation.
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