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STOCK COMMENTS / EPS CHANGES

Aflac

(AFL) - Get Report

price target cut at Citi to $55 from $57. Analyst meeting reveals much uncertainty remains, Citigroup said. Maintain Hold rating.

Applied Materials

(AMAT) - Get Report

cut at UBS through 2012, UBS said. Company is facing lower silicon demand. Neutral rating and $15 price target.

Avago Technologies

(AVGO) - Get Report

price target higher at Citi, to $42 from $40. Accelerating sales in 2H11 powered by wireless and industrial, Citigroup said. Maintain Buy rating.

AutoZone

(AZO) - Get Report

price target raised at Citi to $300 from $270. Strong execution drives solid 3Q results, Citigroup said. Maintain Hold rating.

El Paso

( EP) numbers raised at Morgan Stanley. Shares of EP now seen reaching $26, according to Morgan Stanley. Estimates also increased, as the company breakup should help create value. Overweight rating.

Flextronics

(FLEX) - Get Report

estimates reduced at UBS through 2013. Company is winding down its computer ODM business. Buy rating and $9.50 price target.

Coca-Cola

(KO) - Get Report

estimates increased at UBS through 2012. Key emerging markets are driving volume growth. Buy rating and $75 price target.

Macy's

(M) - Get Report

target boosted at Morgan Stanley. Shares of M now seen reaching $33, according to Morgan Stanley. Company deserves a higher multiple. Overweight rating.

Medtronic

(MDT) - Get Report

estimates lowered at Morgan Stanley through 2013, Morgan Stanley said. Company is seeing flat demand in developed markets. Equal-weight rating.

PepsiCo

(PEP) - Get Report

target upped at UBS to $82. Company is attractively valued, on a sum-of-the-parts basis. Buy rating.

GT Solar

( SOLR) numbers raised at UBS. Shares of SOLR now seen reaching $17, according to UBS. Estimates also increase, given the company's new guidance. Buy rating.

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