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Hill-Rom Holdings (HRC +3%) moves up on an upgrade to Conviction-Buy at Goldman Sachs. Goldman...

Hill-Rom Holdings (HRC +3%) moves up on an upgrade to Conviction-Buy at Goldman Sachs. Goldman says the hospital bed cycle has bottomed and they see potential for a rebound in the second half. The firm adds that FQ1 results were solid, and cash flow growth should support higher levels of share repurchases. The firm raises its price target on the stock to $41 from $40.
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    can a health care system in retrenchment afford the extra money for computerised remote control beds?

     

    best of the best when crank beds would do for a majority of applications. your health care dollars hard a-squander.

     

    then some orange juice gets spilled on the processor and it's cheaper to buy a new one than fix it. corporate health care and the mutual back scratching loop.
    6 Feb 2013, 12:53 PM Reply Like
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