Downgrades Roundup: TDS, SEM, UAL, PKX, UBS, BBY

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Shares of the following stocks were downgraded by TheStreet Ratings last week: Telephone & Data Systems ( TDS), Select Medical Holdings ( SEM), United Continental Holdings ( UAL), Posco ( PKX), UBS ( UBS) and Best Buy ( BBY).

Telephone & Data Systems was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Thursday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Telephone & Data Systems a C+ grade. The stock closed Thursday at $23.05 (the stock market was closed on Friday) and has fallen 10.97% year to date.

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Select Medical Holdings was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Tuesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Select Medical Holdings a C grade. The stock closed Thursday at $7.18 and has fallen 15.33% year to date.


United Continental Holdings was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings last Monday.

TheStreet Ratings gives United Continental Holdings a C grade. The stock closed Thursday at $21.40 and has risen 13.41% year to date.

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Posco was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings last Monday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Posco a C grade. The stock closed Thursday at $82.69 and has risen 59 cents, or 0.72% year to date.


UBS was downgraded to sell from hold by TheStreet Ratings last Monday.

TheStreet Ratings gives UBS a D+ grade. The stock closed Thursday at $13.11 and has risen 10.82% year to date.

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Best Buy was downgraded to hold from buy by TheStreet Ratings last Monday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Best Buy a C grade. The stock closed Thursday at $22.65 and has fallen 3.08% year to date.

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