NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- CHANGE IN RATINGS, EPSAnadarko Petroleum ( APC) upgraded at Oppenheimer from Perform to Outperform. $90 price target. Recent settlement with BP regarding Macondo oil spill liabilities is a positive. Baker Hughes ( BHI) rated new Buy at Sterne Agee. $71 price target. Steps taken to restrucutre its organization to a geomarket focus. Boeing ( BA) estimates raised at JP Morgan through 2011 on higher-than-expected 777 and 737 deliveries. Maintain $85 price target and Overweight rating. Brigham Exploration ( BEXP) downgraded at BMO from Outperform to Market Perform. $37 price target. Announcement company has agreed to be acquired by Statoil ASA. Broadcom ( BRCM) rated new Buy at Societe Generale. $41 price target. Company should continue to augment solid growth with acquisitions. CA ( CA) upgraded to buy at TheStreet Ratings Cameron International ( CAM) rated new Buy at Sterne Agee. $57 price target. Healthy backlog and diverse exposure to deepwater drilling. CareFusion ( CFN) rated new Market Perform at BMO. $26 price target. Diversified turnaround story. Charter Communications ( CHTR) rated new Outperform at Credit Suisse. $60 price target. Fundamentals are improving and the company generates solid free cash flow. Chesapeake Energy ( CHK) downgraded at JP Morgan from Overweight to Neutral. $49.50 price target. Cautious on Utica JV and apparent cash flow shortfall. Citigroup ( C) estimates, target reduced at Credit Suisse. Shares of C now seen reaching $45. Estimates also cut, given slower expected macro growth. Neutral rating. Citigroup estimates cut at UBS through 2012. Lower expected reserve releases and weaker capital markets activity. Maintain $43 price target and Buy rating. Coach ( COH) rated new Hold at Deutsche Bank. $66 price target. Luxury spending could slow in the coming quarters. El Paso Pipeline ( EPB) downgraded at Morgan Keegan to Market Perform. $36 price target. Sale of the parent to Kinder Morgan could hurt the value of the pipeline business. Gannet ( GCI) estimates lowered at UBS through 2012. Worse than expected TV and print trends. Maintain $10 price target and Neutral rating.