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CHANGE IN RATINGS

Brookdale Senior

(BKD) - Get Report

rated new Outperform at JMP. $22 price target. Company can continue to generate solid cash flow, despite difficult industry conditions.

Delphi Automotive

(DLPH) - Get Report

rated new Neutral at Citigroup. $25 price target. High European exposure.

Elbit Systems

(ESLT) - Get Report

upgraded to buy at TheStreet Ratings.

LinkedIn

(LNKD)

rated new Buy at Collins Stewart. $86 price target. Company has little direct competition and is seeing accelerating user adoption.

Pandora

(P)

rated new Neutral at Collins Stewart. $13 price target. Company is investing in future growth, which could push out profitability.

United Technologies

downgraded at Argus from Buy to Hold. Company will likely face increased costs over the coming quarters.

STOCK COMMENTS / EPS CHANGES

Fossil

(FOSL) - Get Report

estimates, target reduced at FBR. Shares of FOSL now seen reaching $90, according to FBR Capital Markets. Estimates also cut, as the company is facing higher costs and is hurt by a stronger dollar. Market Perform rating.

Health Management

(HMA)

estimates cut at Credit Suisse through 2013, Credit Suisse said. Debt refinance cuts into earnings, but make strategic sense. Outperform rating and $12 price target.

SPX

(SPW)

estimates increased at Credit Suisse through 2013, Credit Suisse said. Clyde Union purchase should add to earnings. Outperform rating and $81 price target.

Rayonier

(RYN) - Get Report

estimates, target boosted at Stifel. Shares of RYN now seen reaching $51, according to Stifel Nicolaus. Estimates also upped, given weaker pulp costs and a solid pricing environment.

Susquehanna

(SUSQ)

target raised at Guggenheim to $10. Recent meetings with management confirm growth expectations. Buy rating.

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