The bank believes high-end consumer spending will remain strong and likes the satellite radio company's stock buyback.
Diverging earnings of the satellite and Internet radio companies suggest they aren't direct competitors.
These include increasing service over the Internet and expanding internationally.
The satellite radio giant's earnings indicate stock momentum is on its side.
The satellite radio giant is hitching a ride as sales of new and used cars rise.
Citigroup's shift to 'buy' from 'neutral' encourages investors hoping for a satellite radio takeover.
Apple's Internet radio ambitions put the Internet radio company in play.
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