NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Raymond James today downgraded Genomic Health to Market Perform from Outperform, noting that the company's stock has essentially reached its prior price target with limited catalysts for positive near-term estimate revisions.

In a note to investors, analyst Nicholas Jansen said 2017 is shaking out to be more of a "transition" year than an "upside to numbers" year, with growth accelerants either already encapsulated by the price target or more likely to influence Genomic Health's revenues in 2018.

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