NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- CHANGE IN RATINGS

Airgas ( ARG) downgraded at Jefferies from Buy to Hold. $60 price target. Valuation call, even though the company remains on track for above-average growth and free cash flow.

Bed, Bath & Beyond ( BBBY) downgraded at FBR from Market Perform to Underperform. $38 price target. Company is facing difficult comps and growth should decelerate.

Dr. Pepper Snapple ( DPS) upgraded at UBS from Neutral to Buy. $42 price target. Estimates also boosted, as fundamentals remain strong and the company will be buying back stock.

Dr. Pepper Snapple ( DPS) price target boosted at Barclays. DPS shares now seen reaching $38, up from $33. 2011 EPS estimates introduced at $2.70. Maintain Overweight rating.

Unum Group ( UNM) rated new Buy at Goldman Sachs. Company is positioned for growth along with wages and payrolls. Management could also announce a buyback program soon.

Walter Investment Management ( WAC) downgraded at Credit Suisse to Neutral from Outperform on valuation. 2010 and 2011 EPS estimates set at $1.60 and $1.90, respectively. Price target held at $15.

Yahoo! ( YHOO) downgraded at Benchmark from Buy to Hold. $18 price target. Stock could prove to be a value trap, as the company could lose market share.

STOCK COMMENTS / EPS CHANGES

American Eagle ( AEO) numbers increased at FBR. AEO estimates were raised through 2011. Company will close its unprofitable M&O stores. Outperform rating and new $24 price target.

Boeing ( BA) price target raised at BofA/Merrill. BA price target jumped to $77 from $65 as the stock usually outperforms going into summer Air Shows. Maintain Buy rating.

Comerica ( CMA) price target higher at BofA/Merrill. CMA price target increased by $2 to $42. Outshining on credit and capital. Maintain Buy rating.

Fluor ( FLR) estimate changed at Barclays. FLR 2011 EPS estimates introduced at $3.25, 2010 maintained at $2.90. Could see a rebound in 2011 as oil & gas markets rebound. Reiterate Overweight rating and $59 price target.

Fortune Brands ( FO) estimates cut at Goldman. FO estimates were lowered through 2012. Cobra golf sale will dilute earnings. Buy rating and $50 price target.

Gymboree ( GYMB) estimates, target increased at FBR. Shares of GYMB now seen reaching $54. Estimates also boosted, to match the company's new guidance. Outperform rating.

Hershey ( HSY) cut from Conviction Sell list at Goldman Sachs. $36 price target. Cost-cutting efforts should offset higher commodity prices.

Incyte ( INCY) price target increased at BofA/Merrill to $17 from $12 as analysts believes there's more room to go. Three key data reports in 2010 will drive shares higher. Maintain Buy rating.

Intermune ( ITMN) target raised, estimates cut at UBS. Shares of ITMN now seen reaching $44. Estimates were lowered, because of higher anticipated launch costs. Neutral rating.

Jarden ( JAH) price target raised at Barclays. JAH price target increased to $37 from $34 after the company hosted their annual investor day. 2010 and 2011 EPS estimates set at $2.68 and $3.16, respectively. Maintain Overweight rating.

Kroger ( KR) target, estimates changed at BofA/Merrill. KR price target lifted by a dollar to $23. Gaining market share at a cost in a challenging market. 2010 estimate raised, 2011 & 2012 cut. Maintain Neutral rating.

Kansas City Southern ( KSU) price target raised at BofA/Merrill to $45 from $41 as the company pre-announced robust fundamentals. Estimates raised through 2011. Maintain Buy rating.

Novellus Systems ( NVLS) estimates raised at Barclays. NVLS 2010 EPS estimate lifted to $1.75, 2011 introduced at $2.25. Business trends grinding higher into 2Q and 2H10. Maintain Equal Weight rating and $28 price target.

Semtech ( SMTC) estimates, target upped at Goldman. Shares of SMTC now seen reaching $18. Estimates also increased, because of organic sales growth. Neutral rating.

Sunoco ( SUN) cut from Conviction Sell list at Goldman. Refiners should benefit from better U.S. demand.

Veeco Instruments ( VECO) price target boosted at Citi to $52 from $44 as LED supply chain remains very tight. 2010 and 2011 EPS estimates raised to $2.86 and $2.38, respectively. Maintain Buy rating.

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

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