Editor's Note: Green and red arrows refer to intraday stock price movement.NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- CHANGE IN RATINGS Corn Products ( CPO) upgraded at Deutsche from Hold to Buy. $62 price target. Company should continue to deliver solid growth. Citrix Systems ( CTXS - Get Report) downgraded at JP Morgan from Neutral to Underweight, JP Morgan said. Valuation call, based on a $65 price target. Juniper Networks ( JNPR) upgraded at Evercore from Equal-weight to Overweight. $37 price target. Company is cutting costs and the stock appears oversold. Vail Resorts ( MTN - Get Report) rated new Neutral at Rodman. Valuation call, as the company could be hurt by a weaker economy. Prologis ( PLD - Get Report) upgraded at BofA/Merrill to Buy from Neutral. Confident in execution as merger is on track and possible ahead of schedule, Bank of America/Merrill Lynch said. Price target lifted to $39 from $37. Stryker ( SYK - Get Report) rated new Neutral at Gleacher. $56 price target. Company has a good strategy, but this is largely priced into the stock. Triquint Semiconductor ( TQNT) rated new Buy at Cantor Fitzgerald. $18 price target. Company can gain market share in a business that's growing at a double-digit pace. Xilinx ( XLNX - Get Report) upgraded at Goldman from Sell to Neutral. $33 price target. Carrier CapEx spending is improving. Neutral rating. Zimmer ( ZMH) rated new Neutral at Gleacher. $58 price target. Company faces secular growth challenges. End of report.
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