RATINGS CHANGES

Franklin Resources (BEN) - Get Report was upgraded to hold from sell at Deutsche Bank. The valuation is more attractive, based on a $14 price target, Deutsche said. 

California Water (CWT) - Get Report was downgraded to underperform from market perform at Wells Fargo. The valuation is less attractive, as earnings estimates are below consensus, Wells said. 

Danaher (DHR) - Get Report was upgraded to buy from neutral at Citigroup. $98 price target. The company has strong operational momentum, Citi said. 

Goldman Sachs (GS) - Get Report was downgraded to sell from hold at Berenberg. $190 price target. The valuation is less attractive, as the company is valued at 3x sales and 1.4x tangible book value, Berenberg said. 

Goodyear Tire (GT) - Get Report was downgraded to hold at Jefferies. $38 price target. The company is facing margin headwinds, Jefferies said. 

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) - Get Report was downgraded to market perform from outperform at BMO Capital. $24 price target. The company lacks near-term catalysts, BMO said. 

Intuit(INTU) - Get Report was upgraded to outperform from neutral at Credit Suisse. $140 price target. Expect strong growth in the small business segment, Credit Suisse said. 

Lloyds Banking Group (LYG) - Get Report was upgraded to hold at TheStreet Ratings. You can view the full analysis from the report here: LYG.

Methanex (MEOH) - Get Report was upgraded to outperform from market perform at Raymond James. $60 price target. The company is leveraged to higher methanol prices, RayJay said. 

Portola Pharma (PTLA) - Get Report was upgraded to outperform at Oppenheimer. $40 price target. Sales forecasts are increasing for two key products, Oppenheimer said. 

Wendy's (WEN) - Get Report  was upgraded to overweight from neutral at JPMorgan. $15 price target. Management is cutting costs across the board, JPM said. 

Wolverine World Wide (WWW) - Get Report was downgraded to hold at TheStreet Ratings. You can view the full analysis from the report here: WWW.

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