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STOCK COMMENTS / EPS CHANGES

AMN Healthcare Services

(AHS)

price target raised at Citi to $9 from $7. In-line 4Q10 results, revenue back on track, Citigroup said. Maintain Hold rating.

TD Ameritrade

(AMTD) - Get Report

numbers raised at Goldman. Shares of AMTD now seen reaching $24, according to Goldman Sachs. Estimates also increased, as the company is attracting more assets and seeing better trading volume. Buy rating.

Brown/Forman

(BF.B)

numbers upped at Goldman. BF.B estimates were boosted through 2013, Goldman Sachs said. Company raised its guidance. Neutral rating and new $73 price target.

Baker Hughes

(BHI)

price target lifted at Citi to $69 from $63. Near-term disruptions do not impact long-term story, Citigroup said. Maintain Hold rating.

Dick's Sporting

(DKS) - Get Report

numbers boosted at Goldman. Shares of DKS now seen reaching $44, according to Goldman Sachs. Estimates also upped, and higher sales are driving margins. Neutral rating.

Emdeon

( EM) estimates, target increased at Goldman. EM estimates were raised through 2012, Goldman Sachs said. Company is realizing higher margins. Neutral rating and new $16 price target.

Endo Pharmaceuticals

(ENDP) - Get Report

price target higher at Credit Suisse to $36 from $34 following strong 4Q10 results, Credit Suisse said. Maintain Neutral rating.

Boston Beer

(SAM) - Get Report

numbers increased at Goldman through 2013, Goldman Sachs said. Company is realizing lower manufacturing costs. Neutral rating and new $94 price target.

Suntech Power

(STP)

numbers boosted at Jefferies. Shares of STP now seen reaching $10, according to Jefferies. Estimates also upped, as the company is seeing better earnings momentum. Hold rating.

Texas Instruments

(TXN) - Get Report

numbers boosted at UBS. Shares of TXN now seen reaching $36, according to UBS. Estimates also upped, as the company is seeing a more favorable sales mix.

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