Analysts' Actions -- AutoZone (AZO), Eli Lilly (LLY), J.M. Smucker (SJM), Toll Brothers (TOL) and More - TheStreet

RATINGS CHANGES

AutoZone (AZO) - Get Report was upgraded to overweight from equal-weight at Morgan Stanley. $840 price target. The company is poised to benefit from an aging auto fleet, Morgan Stanley said.

CBOE (CBOE) - Get Report was upgraded to neutral from underperform at Credit Suisse. $67 price target. The BATS purchase should add to earnings and the price multiple has been compressed, said Credit Suisse.

CBOE was downgraded to sector perform at RBC Capital. $68 price target. Cultural integration will be difficult with the BATS purchase, RBC said.

Crown (CCK) - Get Report was upgraded to outperform at BMO Capital. $65 price target. This was a valuation call, given the relative discount to its competitors.

Citizens Financial (CFG) - Get Report was upgraded to buy at TheStreet Ratings. You can view the full analysis from the report here: CFG Ratings Report.

Carter's (CRI) - Get Report was downgraded to market perform from outperform at Wells Fargo. Choppy traffic could push out a potential near-term recovery, Wells said.

Gilead (GILD) - Get Report was downgraded to market perform at Leerink Partners. $94 price target. The hepatitis C market is eroding faster than expected said Leerink.

Eli Lilly (LLY) - Get Report was upgraded to buy from neutral at Goldman Sachs. $95 price target. The company is entering a period of accelerated growth said Goldman.

J.M. Smucker (SJM) - Get Report was downgraded to neutral from outperform at Credit Suisse. $145 price target. Estimates also cut, given weaker sales trends, Credit Suisse said.

SS&C (SSNC) - Get Report was upgraded to overweight from equal-weight at Morgan Stanley. $39 price target. Expect better organic growth, which should expand margins and reduce leverage, Morgan Stanley said.

Toll Brothers (TOL) - Get Report was downgraded to hold at TheStreet Ratings. You can view the full analysis from the report here: TOL Ratings Report.

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