Downgrades Roundup: MANT, HOS, VRA, WNR, WIN, DLB, FCN, APAGF, ASBC

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The following stocks were downgraded by TheStreet Ratings last week: ManTech International ( MANT), Hornbeck Offshore Services ( HOS), Vera Bradley ( VRA), Western Refining ( WNR), Windstream ( WIN), Dolby Laboratories ( DLB), FTI Consulting ( FCN), Apco Oil & Gas ( APAGF) and Associated Banc-Corp ( ASBC).

ManTech International was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Friday.

TheStreet Ratings gives ManTech International a C+ grade. The stock closed Friday at $31.53 and has ticked up 29 cents, or 0.93%, year to date.

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Hornbeck Offshore Services was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Friday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Hornbeck Offshore a C+ grade. The stock closed Friday at $40.84 and has risen 30.66% year to date.


Vera Bradley was downgraded to sell from hold by TheStreet Ratings on Thursday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Vera Bradley a D+ grade. The stock closed Friday at $26.97 and has declined 16.37% year to date.

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Western Refining was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Wednesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Western Refining a C grade. The stock closed Friday at $18.35 and has risen 38.07% year to date.


Windstream was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Wednesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Windstream a C grade. The stock closed Friday at $11.28 and has fallen 392% year to date.

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Dolby Laboratories was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Wednesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Dolby Laboratories a C+ grade. The stock closed Friday at $38.06 and has risen 24.75% year to date.


FTI Consulting was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Wednesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives FTI Consulting a C+ grade. The stock closed Friday at $37.02 and has fallen 12.73% year to date.

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Apco Oil & Gas was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Wednesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Apco Oil & Gas a C+ grade. The stock closed Friday at $42.64 and has fallen 47.82% year to date.


Associated Banc-Corp was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings last Monday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Associated Banc-Corp a C+ grade and hold rating. The stock closed Friday at $13.19 and has risen 18.08% year to date.

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