Pharmacyclics, Inc (NASDAQ:PCYC)’s Price Target Increased

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Dallas, Texas 03/28/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – Morgan Stanley has assumed coverage on Pharmacyclics, Inc (NASDAQ:PCYC) shares of Pharmacyclics (NASDAQ:PCYC) in a report released on Wednesday, Stock. The firm has assigned an “equal weight” rating and a price target of $120.00 on the stock. Recently, numerous other analysts have commented on the company stock. Analysts at the Roth Capital firm have upped their price target on Pharmacyclics, Inc (NASDAQ:PCYC) shares to $183.00 in the research note on 24 February. Separately, Zacks analysts have reiterated their neutral rating on Pharmacyclics, Inc (NASDAQ:PCYC) shares in the research note on 24 February.

They have now set a price target of $159.00 on the stock. Finally, the analysts at Deutsche Bank have raised their PT on Pharmacyclics, Inc (NASDAQ:PCYC) shares from $170.00 up to $180.00 in the research note on 21 February. They have now set a rating of “buy rating on the company stock. Four research analysts have rated the Pharmacyclics, Inc (NASDAQ:PCYC) stock with a “hold” rating and 8 have given a “buy” rating to the company. Currently, the average rating on Pharmacyclics, Inc (NASDAQ:PCYC) is a “buy” and the average PT is $156.25.

Pharmacyclics (NASDAQ:PCYC) last issued the company’s quarterly-earnings data on 20 February. It reported earnings per share of $0.95 for the quarter, which topped the average analysts’ projections of beating of $0.67 by $0.28. Pharmacyclics, Inc (NASDAQ:PCYC) had revenue of $123.60M for the quarter, in comparison to the average projection of $85.69 million. On an average, analysts project that Pharmacyclics, Inc (NASDAQ:PCYC) will post earnings per share of $0.11 for the current financial year.

Pharmacyclics, Inc (NASDAQ:PCYC) is a clinical stage bio pharmaceutical company that is focused on the development & commercializing of the small-molecule drugs used to treat cancer & immune mediated diseases. Its clinical development & product candidates are the small-molecule enzyme-inhibitors that are designed to target the biochemical pathways that are involved in human diseases.