Editor's Note: Green and red arrows refer to intraday stock price movement.NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- CHANGE IN RATINGS Black Hills ( BKH - Get Report) rated new Neutral at JP Morgan. Stock is already pricing in stable earnings growth potential. Diana Shipping ( DSX - Get Report) rated new Buy at Goldman. $17 price target. 60% of the fleet is booked for the next two years. eBay ( EBAY - Get Report) downgraded at Piper from Overweight to Neutral. Company is losing market share. $30 price target. Illinois Tool ( ITW - Get Report) rated new Buy at Jefferies. $60 price target. Company has solid margins and relatively low earnings volatility. Kimberly-Clark ( KMB) rated new Buy at Janney Montgomery. $75 price target. Company has a solid core business, and its sales mix is improving. PPG Industries ( PPG - Get Report) rated new Neutral at Susquehanna. Valuation call, based on an $84 price target. Research in Motion ( RIMM) upgraded at Jefferies from Hold to Buy. $80 price target. International business should drive growth and fears of enterprise losses are overblown. Vera Bradley ( VRA - Get Report) rated new Neutral at Robert Baird. $34 price target. Company has substantial growth prospects.
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