CHANGE IN RATINGS

Allegheny Energy ( AYE) upgraded at Barclays from Equal-weight to Overweight. $40 price target. Company should benefit from the upcoming Pennsylvania price power auction.

Chipotle ( CMG) downgraded at Jefferies from Hold to Underperform. $62 price target. Stock looks expensive, as it could take longer for traffic to recover in the current economic environment.

Frontier Oil ( FTO) downgraded at Deutsche from Buy to Hold. $15 price target. Company likely to face weaker earnings, as refining margins weaken.

Lamar ( LAMR) rated new Underperform at Credit Suisse with an Underperform rating. See downside risk based on lack of visibility and lagging nature of the outdoor medium. Sets target price at $10.

Starbucks ( SBUX) downgraded at Deutsche Bank from Hold to Sell. $7 price target. Competition will continue to weigh on the company, which likely needs to close more stores.

Sysco ( SYY) downgraded at JPMorgan to Neutral from Overweight based on slowing inflation and restaurant industry contraction. Lowered target price to $25 from $26.

TECO Energy ( TE) downgraded at Credit Suisse to Neutral from Outperform. Believes uncertainty in coal markets could lead to a decline in earnings. Lowered target price to $13 from $15.

Wendy's ( WEN) rated new Overweight at Barclays Capital with an Overweight rating. $6.50 price target. Company has good short-term opportunity to realizing operating cost savings.

STOCK COMMENTS / EPS CHANGES

Avery Dennison ( AVY) numbers cut at Barclays to $27. Estimates also lowered, because of pricing and weaker cyclical demand. Equal-weight rating.

CSX ( CSX) estimates increased at Merrill/BofA through 2010. Company realizing higher yields and margin. Buy rating and $34 price target.

Dr. Pepper ( DPS) added to Conviction Buy list at Goldman Sachs. Stock has rallied over the past month, buy US soda volumes are moving higher and industry pricing has firmed. New $23 price target.

Goldman ( GS) estimates, target raised at Barclays Capital. Target now $105 a share. Estimates also boosted, given the company's recent earnings upside. Equal-weight rating.

Intel ( INTC) estimates, target raised at Goldman. Shares now seen reaching $13. Estimates also increased, to reflect better sales and margins. That said, maintaining Neutral rating, based on valuation.

Raymond James ( RJF) numbers cut at Goldman through 2011. Company warned of higher bank losses, which will cut into book value. Neutral rating and new $18 price target.

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.com.

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