FLIR Systems stock gets downgraded by Raymond James

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Raymond James downgraded FLIR Systems stock from outperform to “strong buy.”

FLIR opened at $31.94 on Wednesday, and it had a 52-week low of $28.32 and a 52-week high of $37.42, according to Seeking Alpha.

The company last posted results on Feb. 6, reporting earnings of 52 cents a share for its fourth quarter and beating the Thomson Reuters consensus estimate of 47 cents, according to WKRB 13.

On March 3 the company said chief financial officer Tony Trunzo will resign, effective March 27. Company corporate controller Dave Muessle will be the interim CFO after Trunzo leaves.

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