Editor's Note: Green and red arrows refer to intraday stock price movement.NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- STOCK COMMENTS / EPS CHANGES Cardinal Health ( CAH - Get Report) numbers upped at Morgan Stanley. CAH estimates were boosted through 2013, Morgan Stanley said. Recent acquisitions should add to earnings. Overweight rating and new $45 price target. Walt Disney ( DIS) added to Conviction Buy List at Goldman Sachs. $45 price target. Company is leveraged to accelerating economic growth. Dick's Sporting Goods ( DKS - Get Report) price target increased at Barclays to $40 from $37. Bullish on square footage growth opportunity, Barclays said. Maintain Overweight rating. Home Depot ( HD - Get Report) price target lifted at Barclays by a dollar to $38. We think that demand for home improvement has bottomed and should continue its steady pace of recovery, Barclays said. Maintain Overweight rating. Intercontinental Exchange ( ICE - Get Report) estimates reduced at UBS through 2011, UBS said. Company is seeing lower futures and credit volumes. Buy rating and $133 price target. Lowe's ( LOW) price target raised at Barclays to $28 from $26. We think that demand for home improvement has bottomed and should continue its steady pace of recovery, Barclays said. Maintain Overweight rating. ON Semiconductor ( ONNN) numbers raised at Goldman. Shares of ONNN now seen reaching $11, according to Goldman Sachs. Estimates also increased, as the Sanyo acquisition should add to earnings. Buy rating. Och-Ziff ( OZM - Get Report) estimates, target reduced at Citigroup. Shares of OZM now seen reaching $20, according to Citigroup. Estimates also cut, following the company's latest asset report. Buy rating. Staples ( SPLS) price target higher at Barclays by a dollar to $26. SPLS should fully participate in the rebound in the office supplies market, Barclays said. Maintain Overweight rating. Skyworks Solutions ( SWKS - Get Report) boosted at UBS. Shares of SWKS now seen reaching $35. Estimates also upped, as the company should continue to gain market share. Buy rating.
TheStreet’s Fundamentals of Investing Course will teach you the keys to making the right decisions in any market.
TheStreet’s Personal Finance Essentials Course will teach you money management basics and investing strategies to help you avoid major financial pitfalls.
TheStreet Courses offers dedicated classes designed to improve your investing skills, stock market knowledge and money management capabilities.
More from Stocks
Beyond Pricey? Our Reporters Try the Beyond Meat Burger, Talk Business Model
Is Beyond Meat's burger enough to convince investors to invest in the company? TheStreet conducted a taste test to see what the hype is about.
Kass: 3 Spots of Vulnerability I Would Avoid in This Market
I suggest avoiding all three over the next few months and over the remainder of the year.
Legg Mason to Cut 120 Jobs as Reality Bites With Activist Peltz on Board
An announcement on job cuts comes just days after legendary corporate raider Nelson Peltz and his investment firm, Trian Fund Management, won two seats on Legg Mason's board of directors.
Amazon Is Headed to $3,000 a Share, Says Bullish Piper Jaffray Note
The firm estimates Amazon will cross $3,000 a share sometime between mid-2021 and mid-2022.
HPE's CFO Discusses Impact of Cloud Trends and Lower Memory Prices
During a talk with TheStreet right after its earnings report, CFO Tarek Robbiati talks about how HPE is trying to position itself as cloud infrastructure adoption continues, and what kind of boost it's getting from lower memory prices.