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estimates lowered through 2012 at Jefferies. Company is facing near-term margin pressure for Valvoline. Buy rating and $68 price target.
Bed, Bath & Beyond
estimates were increased through 2012 at Goldman Sachs. The company is seeing higher sales and is buying back stock, Goldman said. Neutral rating and new $56 price target.
numbers cut at UBS. Shares now seen reaching $21.50. Estimates also lowered, as the company is facing increased competition, UBS said. Neutral rating.
target boosted to $39 at UBS. Canadian spinoff should help create value. Neutral rating.
2011 EPS estimate lowered at Barclays to -$2.41 from -$1.91. Profitability in the coming year remains unlikely, and Hovnanian is becoming more aggressive on land acquisitions, Barclays said. Maintain Underweight rating.
estimates lowered through 2012 at Citigroup. DRAM market has yet to bottom, Citigroup said. Hold rating and $9 price target.
price target boosted to $53 from $50 at Barclays. The company's fourth-quarter earnings beat reflects better performance out of Financial Services and a beat on the top line from Truck, offset by a miss from Engines and Parts, Barclays said. 2011 EPS estimate raised to $4.05. Maintain Equal Weight rating.
numbers raised at Sterne Agee. Shares now seen reaching $36. Estimates also increased, as the TRS purchase should add to earnings, Sterne Agee said. Buy rating.
estimates were reduced through 2011 at Citigroup. Company is seeing higher idle times and contracting delays in its fleet. Hold rating and $35 price target.
Rowan estimates, target raised at FBR Capital Markets. Shares now seen reaching $45. Estimates also increased, following the company's latest fleet status report, FBR said. Outperform rating.
price target raised to $39 from $31 at Barclays. Company has become more efficient and profitable retailer, Barclays said. Maintain Equal Weight rating.
Walgreen estimates, target boosted at Goldman. Shares of WAG now seen reaching $45, according to Goldman Sachs. Estimates also upped, as the company is realizing higher margins and buying back stock. Neutral rating.
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