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Autodesk ( ADSK - Get Report) rated new Buy at Citigroup. $41 price target. Company has multiple potential near-term catalysts and should exceed consensus earnings expectations.

American Electric ( AEP - Get Report) downgraded at Jefferies from Buy to Hold. Company faces regulatory challenges, especially in Ohio. New $38.50 price target.

Beckman Coulter ( BEC) rated new Market Perform at William Blair. Company needs to find a new CEO, but can ultimately deliver 7%-9% annual sales growth.

Ciena ( CIEN - Get Report) rated new Outperform at BMO Capital Markets. $20 price target. Service providers will continue to invest in optical to grow capacity.

DuPont ( DD - Get Report) upgraded at BofA/Merrill from Neutral to Buy. $53 price target. Company is positioned to benefit from resurgent agricultural commodity prices.

Davita ( DVA - Get Report) downgraded at Piper from Neutral to Underweight. Valuation call, as the stock is already valued at 9x expected 2010 EBITDA.

Masco ( MAS) rated new Hold at Jefferies. $12 price target. Company could face near-term pressure from macro headwinds.

Madison Sq. Garden ( MSG) rated new Underweight at Morgan Stanley. $23 price target. Company lacks near-term catalysts, and is investing heavily in revamping its arena.

Owens Corning ( OC - Get Report) rated new Buy at Jefferies. $34 price target. Company is seeing better pricing, and should be able to leverage its scale in a challenging operating environment.

Warner Chilcott ( WCRX) rated new Buy at Citigroup. $29 price target. PGP acquisition will transform and improve the company going forward.

Wynn Resorts ( WYNN - Get Report) downgraded at BMO from Outperform to Market Perform. Valuation call, based on a $106 price target.

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Apple ( AAPL) target, estimates boosted at Barclays. AAPL shares now seen reaching $385, up from $340. Apple remains best growth play in the IT Hardware segment. 2010 and 2011 EPS estimates increased to $14.56 and $17.80, respectively. Maintain Overweight rating.

Franklin Resources ( BEN) target raised at FBR to $130. Higher assets under management should boost earnings. Outperform rating.

CVS Caremark ( CVS) numbers increased at Citigroup. CVS estimates were raised through 2011. Company is finally beginning to realize benefits from its merger. Buy rating and new $42 price target.

eBay ( EBAY) target upped at RBC to $28. Checks point to domestic growth. Outperform rating.

F5 Networks ( FFIV) target raised at RBC to $105. Company is seeing increased demand for its underlying application network. Outperform rating.

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Global Payments ( GPN) estimates cut at Credit Suisse. GPN 2011 and 2012 EPS estimates trimmed to $2.78 and $3.15, respectively. Margins continue to disappoint, but company expects recovery in 4Q11. Maintain Neutral rating and $44 price target.

Global Payments ( GPN) estimates lowered at Piper through 2012. Softer results in Canada are weighing on potential margin expansion. Overweight rating.

International Paper ( IP) numbers boosted at Goldman. Shares of IP now seen reaching $29. Estimates also upped, given lower input costs and higher paper prices. Buy rating.

JetBlue ( JBLU) price target cut at Barclays by a dollar to $7. Rising fuel prices. Maintain Equal Weight rating.

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US Airways Group ( LLC) price target trimmed at Barclays to $14 from $16. Capacity growth not what it seemed, Barclays said. Maintain Equal Weight rating.

NYSE Euronext ( NYX) numbers lowered at Morgan Stanley through 2011. Company seeing lower trading volumes across the board. Equal-weight rating and new $35 price target.

Starbucks ( SBUX) estimates raised at Credit Suisse. SBUX 2011 and 2012 EPS estimates increased to $1.45 and $1.69, respectively. Margins and EPS growth ahead. Maintain Outperform rating and $34 price target.

T. Rowe Price ( TROW) estimates increased at Jefferies through 2011. Company should benefit from higher equity prices. Buy rating and $60 price target.

Urban Outfitters ( URBN) numbers reduced at UBS. Shares of URBN now seen reaching $41. Estimates also cut, because of shifting fashion trends. Buy rating.

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