Discover Financial Services (NYSE: DFS) reiterated to Outperform with price target $67 by Oppenheimer
Oppenheimer reiterated Discover Financial Services (NYSE: DFS) to Outperform with price target $67. Previously Oppenheimer reiterated Discover Financial Services (NYSE: DFS) to Outperform with price
target $69 on 10/22/2014, when the stock price was $61.41. Since then, Discover Financial Services's stock price has lost 26% as of 01/28/2016's recent price of $45.44. If you would have followed the previous Oppenheimer's recommendation on DFS, you would have lost 26% of your investment in 463 days.
Discover Financial Services
(DFS) is a credit card issuer and electronic payment services company. DFS is also engaged in payments processing. Its business segments include U.S. Card and Third-Party Payments. U.S. Card segment includes Discover Card-branded credit cards issued over Discover?s card network (the Discover Network), and consumer lending and deposit products offered through its subsidiary, Discover Bank. Third-Party Payments segment includes PULSE Network (PULSE), an automated teller machine (ATM), debit and electronic funds transfer network; Diners Club International (Diners Club), and its third-party business. On March 31, 2008, DFS sold its United Kingdom credit card business (Goldfish) to Barclays Bank PLC. On June 30, 2008, the Company acquired Diners Club International. In July 2008, DFS announced the opening of a new subsidiary, Discover Information Technology (Shanghai) Ltd., in the People?s Republic of China, to support its data analysis and modeling operations.
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