Apple Computer (AAPL) shares surged more than 14 percent on massive volume in early NASDAQ trading Monday after Piper Jaffray raised its price target on the stock to $100 from $52, citing bullish expectations for iPod sales. Separately, Fulcrum Global raised its target to $65 from $53 and lifted fourth-quarter revenue estimates, forecasting strong demand for iPods and new flat panel iMac G5s. Apple shares were last up 12.92 percent at $62.30, and earlier touched a high of $64.
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