Downgrades Roundup: Marathon Oil, Dish

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The following stocks were downgraded by TheStreet Ratings last week: Suburban Propane Partners ( SPH), Enbridge ( ENB), Accretive Health ( AH), Marathon Oil ( MRO), Dish Network ( DISH), Atlas Energy ( ATLS), Associated Banc-Corp ( ASBC), Aegon ( AEG), Goldman Sachs ( GS), IAMGOLD ( IAG), Masimo ( MASI), Plains Exploration & Production ( PXP) and Ruby Tuesday ( RT).

Suburban Propane Partners was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Wednesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Suburban Propane Partners a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $41.64 and has fallen 12.54% year to date.

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

TheStreet Ratings gives Enbridge a C- grade.

The stock closed Friday at $40.20 and has risen 7.46% year to date.


Accretive Health was downgraded to sell from hold by TheStreet Ratings on Wednesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Accretive Health a D+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $10.86 and has fallen 52.74% year to date.

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Marathon Oil was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Tuesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Marathon Oil a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $26.18 and has declined 10.56% year to date.


Dish Network was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Tuesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Dish Network a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $30.83 and has risen 8.25% year to date.

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Atlas Energy was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Tuesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Atlas Energy a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $35.93 and has risen 47.68% year to date.


Associated Banc-Corp was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Tuesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Associated Banc-Corp a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $13.08 and has risen 17.1% year to date.

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Aegon was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Tuesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Aegon a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $4.59 and has risen 14.18% year to date.


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

TheStreet Ratings gives Goldman Sachs a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $102.13 and has gained 12.94% year to date.

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

TheStreet Ratings gives IAMGOLD a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $10.85 and has declined 31.55% year to date.


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

TheStreet Ratings gives Masimo a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $20.18 and has risen 7.57% year to date.

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Plains Exploration & Production was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings last Monday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Plains Exploration & Production a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $39.07 and has risen 6.4% year to date.


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

TheStreet Ratings gives Ruby Tuesday a C grade.

The stock closed Friday at $7.13 and has risen 3.33% year to date.

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