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Both said they expect strong holiday Mac sales. In a note to clients, RBC analyst Mike Abramsky upped his price target of Apple shares to $215 from $205. According to Forbes, he expects a "massive holiday" season for Macs and expects Apple's computer shipments to jump 47 percent year-over-year during the company's holiday season quarter.
Bear Stearns analyst Andrew Neff also upped his price target on Apple stock. He raised it to $249 from $243. Neff said the new iMacs, competitive pricing and expanding distribution are all helping grow Mac sales, notes Forbes.