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(DIS - Get Report) was downgraded at Goldman Sachs to neutral from buy. The stock was also cut from the Conviction List, based on a $70 price target. ESPN is facing more competition, Goldman Sachs said.
(FB) was initiated with a sell rating at TheStreet Ratings.
(FDX - Get Report) was downgraded at J.P. Morgan to neutral from overweight. $108 price target. Continuing international pressure pushes out timing for stronger EPS, J.P. Morgan said.
FedEx was downgraded at Morgan Stanley to market perform from outperform. Estimates were also cut, as the company is facing growth headwinds, Morgan Stanley said.
(HPQ - Get Report)
was upgraded at Wells Fargo to outperform from market perform. Company can deliver net income and free cash flow growth, even without sales improvement, Wells Fargo said.
Coffee Holding Company
was downgraded to hold at TheStreet Ratings.
(NEM - Get Report)
was downgraded at Cowen to market perform from outperform. Valuation call, Cowen said.
was upgraded at Robert Baird to outperform from neutral. $64 price target. Company received a positive rate decision in Illinois, Baird said.
(WY - Get Report)
was upgraded at BMO Capital to outperform. Stock is attractive, following an 18% selloff, BMO said.
STOCK COMMENTS/EPS CHANGES
Bed Bath & Beyond
numbers were increased at Canaccord Genuity. Estimates were increased through 2014. E-commerce platform can drive growth, Canaccord said. Buy rating and new $79 price target.
numbers were raised at Lazard Capital Markets. Estimates were raised as Datacom is more than offsetting the weak Telecom environment, said Lazard Capital Markets. Price target goes to $19.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters
numbers were raised at Keybanc. Shares are now seen reaching $90. Estimates were also increased, as the company can expand margins, Keybanc said. Buy rating.
estimates were reduced at UBS. Nypro failed to turn a first-quarter profit, said UBS. Price target remains at $23.
estimates were cut at Morgan Stanley through 2014. Company is seeing lower demand and unfavorable currency rates, Morgan Stanley said. Equal-weight rating.
numbers were raised at Credit Suisse. Shares are now seen reaching $38. Estimates were also increased, given the company's strong tax shield, Credit Suisse said. Neutral rating.