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Five Below (NASDAQ:FIVE)‘s stock had its “buy” rating reiterated by Deutsche Bank in a research note issued on Thursday, Stock Ratings Network reports. They currently have a $50.00 target price on the stock. Deutsche Bank’s target price would indicate a potential upside of 25.91% from the company’s current price.

Five Below (NASDAQ:FIVE) last issued its quarterly earnings data on Thursday, December 5th. The company reported $0.05 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, beating the consensus estimate of $0.04 by $0.01. The company had revenue of $110.70 million for the quarter, compared to the consensus estimate of $111.78 million. During the same quarter in the prior year, the company posted $0.03 earnings per share. The company’s quarterly revenue was up 27.8% on a year-over-year basis.

FIVE has been the subject of a number of other recent research reports. Analysts at Dougherty & Co cut their price target on shares of Five Below from $54.50 to $47.00 in a research note to investors on Friday, January 10th. They now have a “buy” rating on the stock. Separately, analysts at UBS AG cut their price target on shares of Five Below from $54.00 to $49.00 in a research note to investors on Friday, January 10th. They now have a “buy” rating on the stock. Finally, analysts at Jefferies Group cut their price target on shares of Five Below from $51.00 to $48.00 in a research note to investors on Friday, January 10th. They now have a “buy” rating on the stock. Two investment analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating and seven have assigned a buy rating to the company. The company presently has an average rating of “Buy” and an average target price of $54.11.

Five Below, Inc (NASDAQ:FIVE) is a retailer offering a range of merchandise for teen and pre-teen customer.

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