NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- CHANGE IN RATINGS

Charles River Labs ( CRL - Get Report) upgraded at Goldman from Sell to Neutral. Management has lowered guidance to a reasonable level.

Cablevision ( CVC) upgraded at Morgan Stanley to Overweight. $28 price target. See better broadband pricing and the potential to gain market share in the commercial area.

Dean Foods ( DF) rated new Neutral at Goldman Sachs. $22 price target. Company is facing significantly higher fluid milk prices.

DTE Energy ( DTE - Get Report) upgraded at Morgan Stanley from Underweight to Equal-weight. $39 price target. Company boosted its earnings guidance, to reflect cost-cutting and better non-regulated earnings.

Ford ( F) upgraded at Barclays to Equal Weight from Underweight on belief that the company will post about consensus 3Q results. Price target increased by a dollar to $8. 2009 EPS estimate raised to -$0.92 from -$1.10, and 2010 lifted to $0.70 from $0.55.

Leap Wireless ( LEAP) downgraded at Goldman from Buy to Neutral. $16 price target. Competition is driving down prices, and the company appears to be losing market share.

MetroPCS ( PCS) downgraded at Goldman from Buy to Neutral. $7 price target. Pricing war continues, as the company loses market share to Boost Mobile.

Pactiv ( PTV) downgraded at Barclays to Equal Weight from Overweight on higher costs and lower dollar. 2009 and 2010 EPS estimates increased to $2.47 from $2.45 and to $2.60 from $2.50, respectively. Price target increased to $28 from $27.

Sealed Air ( SEE) upgraded at Barclays from Underweight to Equal Weight. 2009 and 2010 EPS estimates raised to $1.40 from $1.35 and to $1.70 from $1.55, respectively. Price target lifted to $22 from $16.

Weatherford International ( WFT) downgraded at Goldman from Buy to Neutral. Stock was also removed from the Conviction List. $25 price target. Company has missed expectations two straight quarters, and international growth could continue to disappoint.

STOCK COMMENTS / EPS CHANGES

Apple ( AAPL - Get Report) price target lifted at Credit Suisse to $250 from $235. Maintain Outperform rating. 2010 and 2011 EPS estimates set at $7.76 and $9.69, respectively

Apple ( AAPL - Get Report) price target boosted at Barclays to $235 from $208 on strong 4Q results. 2010 EPS estimate increased to $7.55 from $6.75. Maintain Overweight rating.

Atheros Comm. ( ATHR) numbers boosted at FBR. Shares to $34. Estimates also increased, to reflect the company's new guidance. Market Perform rating.

BB&T ( BBT - Get Report) estimates raised at UBS through 2010. Company is seeing better margins, but credit issues could linger for a couple of years. Sell rating and $21 price target.

BB&T ( BBT - Get Report) estimates lowered at FBR through 2010. Commercial loans are starting to show more problems. Market Perform rating and $25 price target.

Check Point Software ( CHKP) price target boosted at Credit Suisse to $35 from $30. 2009 and 2010 EPS estimates set at $1.96 and $2.24, respectively. Reiterate Outperform rating.

Comcast ( CMCSA) numbers raised at Morgan Stanley. Shares now seen reaching $18. Estimates also increased, to reflect higher expected broadband prices. Equal-weight rating.

Eaton ( ETN) price target, estimates boosted at Barclays. Price target lifted to $62 from $60 after posting better than expected 3Q results. 2009 and 2010 EPS estimates raised to $2.10 from $1.60 and to $3.75 from $2.85, respectively. Maintain Equal Weight rating.

Eaton ( ETN) estimates, target increased at Goldman. Estimates were raised through 2011. Company still benefiting from cost cutting. Neutral rating and new $69 price target.

General Electric ( GE) numbers boosted at UBS. Shares now seen reaching $16. Estimates also raised, to reflect backlog growth and better industrial margins. Neutral rating.

Corning ( GLW) estimates, target lowered at Citigroup. Estimates were reduced through 2011. Company will be hurt by a power outage in Taiwan, which will hurt glass output. Buy rating and new $20 price target.

Garmin ( GRMN) price target, estimates higher at Barclays. Price target increased to $37 from $30. 2009 and 2010 EPS estimates raised to $2.80 from $2.73 and to $2.45 from $2.25, respectively. Reiterate Equal Weight rating.

Idex ( IEX) estimates, target raised at Goldman. Shares of IEX now seen reaching $34. Estimates also boosted, to reflect a higher margin outlook. Neutral rating.

Invesco ( IVZ) numbers raised at Citigroup. Shares now seen reaching $30. Estimates also boosted, to reflect the acquisition of the MS retail asset management business. Buy rating.

Invesco ( IVZ) price target higher at Credit Suisse to $29 from $27. Reiterate Outperform rating. 2009 and 2010 EPS estimates set at $0.74 and $1.36, respectively.

Owens-Illinois ( OI) price target, estimates lifted at Barclays. Price target increased to $27 from $21. 2009 and 2010 EPS estimates increased to $3.19 from $3.09 and to $3.80 from $3.70, respectively. Maintain Underweight rating.

PetSmart ( PETM) estimates, target boosted at Goldman. Estimates were raised through 2011. Company is seeing better gross margins. Neutral rating and new $28 price target.

Packaging Corp. ( PKG) numbers lowered at Goldman. Shares now seen reaching $21. Estimates also cut, to reflect lower containerboard prices. Neutral rating.

TJX Cos. ( TJX) numbers raised at Goldman. Shares now seen reaching $46. Estimates also increased, to reflect higher sales trends and expected square footage growth. Buy rating.

Texas Instruments ( TXN - Get Report) estimates, target upped at FBR. TXN estimates were raised through 2010. Company now seeing sequential revenue growth for the fourth quarter. Market Perform rating and $31 price target.

Weyerhaeuser ( WY) target raised, estimates mixed at Barclays. Price target lifted to $55 from $51. 2009 EPS estimate raised to -$2.33 from -$2.42, 2010 lowered to -$0.75 from -$0.50. Maintain Overweight rating.

Zions Bancorporation ( ZION) estimates cut at FBR through 2010. Company seeing higher loss provisions. Outperform rating and $20 price target.

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