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Oscar Isaac to play Snake 2021 Ford Bronco delayed Walmart drone holiday light show Fauci to join Biden's COVID team Mulan free on Disney Plus The Mandalorian episode recap PS5 inventory up on analyst talk Inc. (Nasdaq: PPRO) was up 20 percent Monday after the stock was named "single best idea" at Prudential Volpe Technology Group. p>Shares were up 6.93 to 42. The stock was also reiterated a "strong buy" by analyst Timothy Getz.

"With over 30,000 businesses on its network, 200 private e-marketplaces, compelling partnerships ... and a growing customer base, we believe the Company is quickly becoming the leading e-commerce provider for the small-to-medium sized market," Getz said in a research note. He added that he expects the company to top revenue estimates of $13.7 million and earnings estimates of 18 cents a share, on a post-split basis. Getz had a 12-month target of $50 per share on the stock.

Getz also made positive comments on the B2B sector; Ariba (Nasdaq: ARBA) was up 14.19 to 135.88 and FreeMarket (Nasdaq: FMKT) was up 3 to 44.5. got talked up by analysts last week too. Analyst Patrick Walravens at Lehman Brothers reiterated a "buy" rating, and holds a 12-month target price of $120 per share. Analysts Gavin Mlinar and James T. Waggoner at Sands Brothers & Co Ltd. started coverage with a "strong buy" rating and a 12-month target price of $100 per share.