TheStreet) -- STOCK COMMENTS / EPS CHANGES Amazon.com ( AMZN) price target boosted at Credit Suisse to $185 from $165. Strong sales growth offset by margin pressure, Credit Suisse said. Maintain Neutral rating. 2011 and 2012 PES estimates held at $2.90 and $3.84, respectively. Amazon.com ( AMZN) estimates lowered at Goldman through 2012, Goldman Sachs said. New fulfillment center is cutting into margins. Buy rating and $200 price target. AT&T ( T)estimates, target lowered at Goldman. T estimates were cut through 2012. Company is investing heavily to maintain wireless market share. Neutral rating and new $30 price target. Avnet ( AVT) estimates, target increased at Goldman. AVT estimates were raised through 2013, Goldman Sachs said. Higher sales are driving wider margins. Neutral rating and new $39 price target. Baxter ( BAX) estimates, target cut at Goldman. Shares of BAX now seen reaching $59. Estimates also reduced, as the company is seeing lower sales and a higher tax rate. Buy rating. Caterpillar ( CAT) estimates, target raised at Morgan Stanley. Shares of CAT now seen reaching $110. Estimates also increased, to match the company's new guidance. Overweight rating. Consol Energy ( CNX) numbers lowered at Goldman. CNX estimates were reduced through 2013, Goldman Sachs said. Company is seeing higher costs, despite lower production rates. Sell rating and new $41 price target. Coach ( COH) estimates, target raised at UBS. Shares of COH now seen reaching $59, according to UBS. Estimates also increased, given better US demand. Neutral rating. Cypress Semiconductor ( CY) numbers upped at UBS. CY estimates were boosted through 2012. Company is seeing higher demand for touch controllers. Buy rating and $26 price target. Digital River ( DRIV) price target cut at Credit Suisse to $32.50 from $37.50 on soft December quarter results. A spring at Microsoft, but a drought everywhere else, Credit Suisse said. Maintain Neutral rating. El Paso ( EP) estimates, target upped at Goldman. EP estimates were boosted through 2013, Goldman Sachs said. Company is boosting production forecasts and cutting back on leverage. Neutral rating and new $16 price target.