SAN FRANCISCO -- Cabela's Inc. shares jumped 7.6% Monday after Piper Jaffray upgraded the sporting goods retailer's stock to overweight from neutral, saying the company's credit-card profitability will improve alongside trends in credit. "Second, we believe firearm and ammo trends will improve (versus) difficult comparisons in (fiscal 2010)," Piper Jaffray said. Moreover, Cabela's has the ability to improve its profit margins, it said. Piper Jaffray also raised its price target for the stock to $29 from $24. Shares traded at $23.37 early Monday.
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