Morgan Stanley said it expects Windows 8 and Metro UI to open up Windows platform to a broader set of developers and device types, and generate new revenue opportunities for Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT).

The bank maintained its overweight rating and $31 price target. It sees 2012 EPS of $2.76 and 2013 EPS of $3.08.

Microsoft has potential upside of 18.1% based on a current price of $27.09 and an average consensus analyst price target of $32.

This is yet another set of financial analysts who are starting to jump on the obvious train.

It’s just common sense based on what we know…

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  • Manmohan Rajyana

    “Windows 8 to generate revenue for Microsoft”

    Keep thinking about revenue/ money/ and what not???

    You Mr. Morgan Stanley
    You want ignorant users like me, having blind faith in Microsoft, should be DECEIVED ???

    Only Win-8, Microsoft web-store and forget about GOOGLE, Mozilla, Apple. Will indication / craze means go to where Steve Jobs has gone at 56

    You Mr. Morgan Stanley appears to be a paid writer/blogger

    Pardon me an oldy above 71