Upgrades Roundup: GORO, DB, SCHN

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The following stocks were upgraded by TheStreet Ratings last week: Gold Resource ( GORO), Deutsche Bank AG ( CONM) and Schnitzer Steel Industries ( SCHN).

Gold Resource was upgraded to buy from hold by TheStreet Ratings on Thursday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Gold Resource a B grade and $29.45 price target. The stock closed Friday at $25.10 and has risen 18.75% year to date.

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Deutsche Bank was upgraded to hold from sell by TheStreet Ratings on Wednesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Deutsche Bank a C grade. The stock closed Friday at $44.30 and has risen 17.01% year to date.


Schnitzer Steel Industries was upgraded to buy from hold by TheStreet Ratings on Tuesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Schnitzer Steel a B- grade and $45.58 price target. The stock closed Friday at $40.21 and has fallen 4.9% year to date.

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