Cantor Fitzgerald boosted its Apple Inc. (AAPL) price target to $160 from $14 after the company reported historic results. Cantor called Apple’s results “exceptional,” and it thinks Cupertino will enjoy upcoming catalysts, including the Appel Watch and China’s continuing 4G ramp.

Citing Apple’s Q115 results, Evercore ISI has raised Apple’s price target to $140 from $135.

Janney Capital raised their estimates for Apple following “blowout” Q1 results. Janney maintains its Buy rating and Apple and upped its target to $127 from $117.

Morgan Stanley has upped Apple’s price target to $133 from $126.

UBS has boosted their Apple price target to $130 from $125.

Deutsche Bank raised its price target for the stock to $110 (already several dollars underwater) from a rather laughable $102.

Citing “blow out” Q115 results, Bernstein raised its price target on AAPL shares to $135 from $122.

JPMorgan raised its price target for Apple to $140 from $112.

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