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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Investment bank Piper Jaffray today initiated coverage of Danaher with a Neutral rating on the firm's stock and Agilent Technologies with an Overweight rating.

In an investment note, analyst William Quirk put a $148 target on Danaher's stock, saying the Washington, DC-based conglomerate's "underlying businesses are well positioned with the Danaher Business System and synergies sources of further growth and improvement."

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