Want to know what Wall Street analysts have been saying about Apple, Facebook, McDonald's, PNC Financial and Disney? Find out in this CNBC.com Stock Blog roundup.
In the wake of Apple's iPhone 5 unveiling on Wednesday, one analyst thinks Apple (AAPL) stock could top $1,600 (yes, you read that right) in three years' time. Read more about Ironfire Capital founder Eric Jackson's take on Apple here.
In social media, Mark Zuckerberg's first interview since Facebook (FB) went public was widely applauded by investors. Indeed, the stock had its best week since going public. But Ken Senna, an analyst at Evercore Partners, cut his price target on the stock, on worries Facebook is losing share in mobile to Google (GOOG). Read more about Senna's view on Facebook here.
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McDonald's (MCD) posted a rebound in global sales in August and analysts remain upbeat about the stock's prospects. While McDonald's may encounter near-term margin pressure, Jim Yin thinks the company is attractive longer-term. Read more about his view on the fast-food giant here.
Regional bank PNC Financial (PNC) has been a laggard this year. But Oppenheimer analyst Terry McEvoy sees multiple expansion ahead for the Pittsburgh lender. McEvoy also downgraded Fifth Third Bancorp (FITB) after it outperformed. Read more about Oppenheimer's regional bank ratings changes here.
Although weak ad revenue put pressure on Disney's (DIS) shares on Friday, Lazard Capital Markets' Barton Crockett remains bullish as they continue to get more money for their shows from distributors and content providers. Read more about why Disney is the "blue chip" of entertainment stocks here.
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