5 Downgrades für FFIV nach Gewinnwarnung und INKT

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5 Downgrades für FFIV nach Gewinnwarnung und INKT

 
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F5 Networks   FFIV Dain Rauscher Wessels   Strong Buy Aggress   Neutral
 F5 Networks   FFIV McDonald Invst   Buy   Hold
 F5 Networks   FFIV Wedbush Morgan   Strong Buy   LT Attractive  
 Dow Chemical   DOW AG Edwards   Buy   Maintain Position
 F5 Networks   FFIV Bear Stearns   Buy   Attractive
 Inktomi   INKT Bear Stearns   Attractive   Neutral
 F5 Networks   FFIV First Union Sec   Strong Buy   Buy
 Net Perceptions   NETP Robertson Stephens   LT Attractive   Mkt Performer
 und Cacheflow  Bear Stearns
last update: 12/29 14:36
 
In a blow to Net infrastructure companies that develop caching technology -- products that essentially accelerate Web pages -- Bear Stearns analyst Robert Fagin downgraded Inktomi (INKT: news, msgs) to an "attractive" from a "buy," and CacheFlow (CFLO: news, msgs) to a "neutral" from an "attractive."
Once again, concerns over a slowing economy and a slowdown in IT spending led to Fagin's prudent call.
Shares of CacheFlow lost 15 percent by midday.
But the '99 darling and once-dominant leader in the e-personalization software market, BroadVision (BVSN: news, msgs), saw its shares come under significant pressure, yet again. After losing 5 percent on Thursday, shares fell another 8 percent.
The so-called "B2B" sector couldn't hold onto gains garnered in the last two trading sessions.
Merrill Lynch B2B Holdrs lost 6 percent, after running up 12 percent since Wednesday. One company bucking the trend, however, is FreeMarkets (FMKT: news, msgs). Shares of the B2B auction enabler rose to $21.38, before tumbling 5 percent to just over $20 by midday.
A warning Thursday from F5 Networks (FFIV: news, msgs), another network infrastructure devices player, helped trigger a double-digit slide in CacheFlow on Thursday.
Behind the sharp moves in the group are worries about the extent of the slowdown in capital expenditures and the decline in orders.

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