NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- CHANGE IN RATINGS

Babcock & Wilcox

(BWC)

was initiated with an Overweight rating at Morgan Stanley. $28 price target. Company has a healthy balance sheet and strong order backlog.

Comstock Resources

(CRK) - Get Report

was downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at BMO Capital Markets on limited near-term growth, catalysts and appeal relative to other small-cap names. Price target cut to $30 from $38.

Family Dollar

(FDO)

was upgraded to Overweight from Equal Weight at Barclays. Expect the company to improve its performance steadily in the coming years. Price target raised to $52 from $41.

Inergy

(NRGY)

was upgraded at Wunderlich to Buy from Hold on weakness following the proposed merger with

Inergy Holdings

( NRGP). Price target raised to $46 from $40.

OGE Energy

(OGE) - Get Report

was initiated with a Hold rating at Jefferies. $43 price target. Should benefit from higher commodity prices for Enogex and rate increases at OG&E.

TW Telecom

(TWTC)

was downgraded to Neutral from Buy at Banc of America/Merrill Lynch on multiyear highs in absolute terms and valuation. Price target boosted to $20 from $19.

STOCK COMMENTS / EPS CHANGES

Advanced Auto Parts

(AAP) - Get Report

price target boosted to $51 from $47 at Barclays. The company is expected to report solid second-quarter results with strong margins, Barclays said. Maintain Equal Weight rating.

A123 Systems

( AONE) estimates cut at Morgan Stanley through 2012. Company is realizing lower gross margins. Equal-weight rating.

Carefusion

(CFN)

estimates increased raised through 2012 at Morgan Stanley. Company is performing well in a difficult environment. Overweight rating and $32 price target.

Cree

(CREE) - Get Report

estimates boosted through 2012 at Sterne Agee. Company is realizing higher margins. Buy rating and $112 price target.

Convergys

(CVG)

price target cut to $12 from $15 at Credit Suisse on anemic second-quarter results. Reiterate Outperform rating.

Walt Disney

(DIS) - Get Report

estimates were raised through 2011 at Jefferies. Company is seeing better Media Networks growth and advertising demand at ESPN. Buy rating and $41 price target.

Frontier Communications

(FTR) - Get Report

estimates cut through 2011 at Morgan Stanley. Company is seeing lower sales as it cuts back on promotions. Equal-weight rating.

Home Depot

(HD) - Get Report

price target cut to $35 from $37 at Barclays. Company will report mixed sales trends for the second quarter, Barclays said. Reiterate Overweight rating.

Home Depot

(HD) - Get Report

numbers lowered through 2012 at Jefferies. Company will be hurt by lower housing demand. Buy rating and new $33 price target.

Lowe's

(LOW) - Get Report

price target reduced to $26 from $28 at Barclays. Company will report mixed sales trends for the second quarter. Maintain Overweight rating.

Lowe's estimates, target reduced at Jefferies. Shares now seen reaching $24. Estimates also cut, given the weaker sales outlook. Buy rating.

McDermott

(MDR) - Get Report

estimates, target raised at UBS. Shares now seen reaching $17. Estimates also increased, given the company's solid bookings and higher realized margins. Buy rating.

Myriad Genetics

(MYGN) - Get Report

estimates reduced through 2012 at Morgan Stanley. Company continues to see decelerating sales growth. Equal-weight rating.

Select Medical

(SEM) - Get Report

estimates lowered through 2011 at Morgan Stanley. Company is seeing lower volumes and a softer pricing environment. Equal-weight rating.

Staples

(SPLS)

price target lowered to $26 from $28 at Barclays. Expecting cautious second half of the year, Barclays said. Maintain Overweight rating.

Sunpower

( SPWRA) target upped to $13 at Kaufman Brothers. Company was sold out last quarter. Hold rating.

Sunpower price target raised raised to $16.50 from $16.30 at Credit Suisse as the company beat its second-quarter guidance. Maintain Neutral rating.

Supervalu

(SVU)

target lowered to $12.50 at UBS. Company has limited visibility for a sales recovery in the second half of the year. Neutral rating.

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.