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CHANGE IN RATINGS

Broadcom

(BRCM)

was added to the Conviction Buy List at Nomura. Valuation is attractive at 13 times CY13E EPS.

Peabody Energy

(BTU) - Get Report

was upgraded at Goldman Sachs from Neutral to Buy. $37 price target. Macro data is improving in China, and the company is leveraged to higher PRB prices, Goldman said.

ConocoPhillips

(COP) - Get Report

was upgraded at Citigroup to Buy from Neutral. $67 price target. Opportunistic entry point from split-up, Citigroup said.

Everbank Financial

(EVER) - Get Report

was initiated with a Neutral rating at Goldman Sachs. $13 price target. Margins will be pressured by lower interest rates, Goldmans said.

Everbank Financial was initiated with an Outperform rating at Keefe, Bruyette & Woods. $14 price target. Company is a well-managed, fast-growing bank, KBW said.

Foot Locker

(FL) - Get Report

was upgraded at Deutsche Bank from Hold to Buy. $38 price target. Higher sales are driving wider margins, Deutsche said.

Intersil

(ISIL)

was upgraded at Needham from Hold to Buy. $13 price target. Cost improvements should attract value investors, Needham said.

Jack in the Box

(JACK) - Get Report

was upgraded at Wedbush Securities from Underperform to Neutral. $25 price target. Industry pricing and commodity costs are improving, Wedbush said.

L-3 Communications

(LLL) - Get Report

was upgraded at Oppenheimer to Neutral from Underperform. Valuation now reflects headwinds, Oppenheimer said.

Vail Resorts

(MTN) - Get Report

was upgraded at Stifel Nicolaus from Hold to Buy. $53 price target. Stock is attractive, following a 12% pullback, Stifel Nicolaus said.

Terex

(TEX) - Get Report

was upgraded at BMO Capital Markets to Outperform from Market Perform. $30 price target. Decline in share price represents buying opportunity, BMO said.

STOCK COMMENTS / EPS CHANGES

Crocs

(CROX) - Get Report

estimates were boosted through 2013 at Sterne Agee. Company boosted its guidance, Sterne Agee said. Buy rating and $30 price target.

Walt Disney

(DIS) - Get Report

price target was raised at Morgan Stanley. Shares are now seen reaching $51. Company is realizing higher margins at ABC, and the

Avengers

movie has performed well, Morgan Stanley said. Overweight rating.

EOG Resources

(EOG) - Get Report

was added to the Conviction Buy List at Goldman Sachs. Selloff in energy names appears overdone, Goldman said. $149 price target.

HMS

(HMSY) - Get Report

estimates, price target were raised at Bank of America/Merrill Lynch. Shares are now seen reaching $41. Estimates were also increased, given higher Medicare RACs, BofA/Merrill said. Buy rating.

Intel

(INTC) - Get Report

estimates were lowered at Sterne Agee through 2013. Company is leveraged to slower macro and Windows 8 growth, Sterne Agee said. Neutral rating and $26 price target.

Jack in the Box

(JACK) - Get Report

numbers were increased at Credit Suisse through 2014. Company is realizing higher margins, Credit Suisse said. Neutral rating and new $25 price target.

Molycorp

(MCP)

price target was boosted at Dahlman Rose. Shares are now seen reaching $55. Neo Materials deal should help stabilize earnings, Dahlman Rose said. Buy rating.

Research In Motion

( RIMM) estimates were cut at Raymond James through 2014. Channel checks suggest lower demand, Raymond James said. Market Perform rating and $15 price target.

Smithfield Foods

(SFD)

estimates were cut at Morgan Stanley through 2012. Pork outlook has worsened, Morgan Stanley said. Equal-weight rating.

Teva

(TEVA) - Get Report

estimates, price target reduced at Morgan Stanley. Shares are now seen reaching $44. Estimates also cut, given the company's new guidance, Morgan Stanley said. Equal-weight rating.

ExxonMobil

(XOM) - Get Report

was cut from the Conviction Buy List at Goldman Sachs. Prefer high-beta energy names, following the recent pullback, Goldman said.

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