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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- STOCK COMMENTS / EPS CHANGES

Cardinal Health ( CAH) 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) price target increased at Barclays to $40 from $37. Bullish on square footage growth opportunity, Barclays said. Maintain Overweight rating.

Home Depot ( HD) 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) 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) 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) boosted at UBS. Shares of SWKS now seen reaching $35. Estimates also upped, as the company should continue to gain market share. Buy rating.
This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.

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