Urban Outfitters Jumps After Wells Fargo Upgrade 

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Investing.com – Retailer Urban Outfitters (NASDAQ:) jumped in midday trade on Monday after an upgrade to outperform from market perform by an analyst at Wells Fargo (NYSE:).

Jen Redding increased the clothing company’s target price to $30 a share from $25 a share, saying that “though both the UO and (Anthropology) businesses have slowed lately, we believe that an improved business model can enable them to drive a turnaround.”

Redding added that she believed the two would soon change course, increasing numbers and expanding.

Urban Outfitters (NASDAQ:) gained 4.7% in midday trade.

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