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Shares of social networking and business software provider LinkedIn (LNKD) are up $7.90, or 3.5%, at $234.34, after BMO Capital Markets's Daniel Salmon raised his rating on the shares to Outperform from Market Perform, and raised his price target to $270 from $235, after meeting with investors and concluding "there are several new stories emerging that will raise long-term growth expectations." Based on these various stories, Salmon raised his EPS estimate for next year to $2.40 from $2.28, and raised his free cash flow per share estimate to $2.66 from $2.59. But the key detail we picked up was from a separate non-deal roadshow for small-cap agency holding company MDC Partners: we learned that LinkedIn has retained one of its public relations agencies for work in China. The number of Chinese users simply using the English version of the site has increased to 4 million, and we continue to believe that LinkedIn's user proposition is in line with the goals of the Chinese government.
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LinkedIn Corp. shares jumped Friday on anticipation that the career-based social networking business could be headed to China. BMO Capital Markets analysts Daniel Salmon and Jeffrey Silber upgraded their ...
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