NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- UBS upgraded Huntington Ingalls (HII - Get Report) to "buy" from "neutral." The firm said the stock's current price reflects flat earnings per share of $8, while analyst estimates call for $10 to $14.
The stock closed at $94.86 on Friday.
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