Teavana (TEA), the most heavily-shorted stock in America, gains 3% AH after KeyBanc's Edward...
Teavana (TEA), the most heavily-shorted stock in America, gains 3% AH after KeyBanc's Edward Yruma starts coverage with a Buy and $28 PT. Yruma praises Teavana's 19% operating margin, and thinks it could expand further as loose tea sales grow. He also think EPS growth will exceed 25%, and compares Teavana favorably to other "lifestyle-focused retailers" such as Lululemon and Zumiez.
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