Downgrades Roundup: Green Mountain Coffee, Applied Materials

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The following stocks received downgrades from TheStreet Ratings last week: Vulcan Materials ( VMC), MI Developments ( MIM), Hyatt Hotels ( H), Superior Energy Services ( SPN), Plum Creek Timber ( PCL), Murphy Oil ( MUR), Green Mountain Coffee Roasters ( GMCR), Applied Materials ( AMAT), Steel Dynamics ( STLD), Sony ( SNE), Silicon Laboratories ( SLAB), PetMed Express ( PETS), Hancock Holding ( HBHC), Equity One ( EQY), Dril-Quip ( DRQ), Community Health Systems ( CYH) and Consol Energy ( CNX).

Vulcan Materials was downgraded to sell from hold at TheStreet Ratings on Wednesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Vulcan Materials a D+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $35.76 and has fallen 9.12% year to date.

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

TheStreet Ratings gives MI Developments a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $32.98 and has risen 3.13% year to date.


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

TheStreet Ratings gives Hyatt Hotels a C grade.

The stock closed Friday at $36.98 and has fallen 1.75% year to date.

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Superior Energy Services was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings last Tuesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Superior Energy Services a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $21.48 and has fallen 24.47% year to date.


Plum Creek Timber was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings last Tuesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Plum Creek Timber a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $36.71 and has ticked up 15 cents, or 0.41%, year to date.

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Murphy Oil was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings last Tuesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Murphy Oil a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $47.67 and has fallen 14.48% year to date.


Green Mountain Coffee Roasters was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings last Tuesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Green Mountain Coffee a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $25.31 and has fallen 43.57% year to date.

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Applied Materials was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings last Tuesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Applied Materials a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday to $10.54 and has fallen 1.59% year to date.


Steel Dynamics was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on May 21.

TheStreet Ratings gives Steel Dynamics a C grade.

The stock closed Friday to $10.66 and has fallen 18.94% year to date.

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Sony was downgraded to sell from hold by TheStreet Ratings on May 21.

TheStreet Ratings gives Sony a D+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $13.30 and has fallen 26.27% year to date.


Silicon Laboratories was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on May 21.

TheStreet Ratings gives Silicon Laboratories a C+ grade.

The stock closed at $34.17 on Friday and has fallen 21.3% year to date.

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PetMed Express was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on May 21.

TheStreet Ratings gives PetMed Express a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $11.88 and has risen 14.45% year to date.


Hancock Holding was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on May 21.

TheStreet Ratings gives Hancock Holding a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $29.72 and has fallen 7.04% year to date.

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Equity One was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on May 21.

TheStreet Ratings gives Equity One a C grade.

The stock closed Friday at $19.97 and has risen 17.61% year to date.


Dril-Quip was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on May 21.

TheStreet Ratings gives Dril-Quip a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $62.17 and has fallen 5.55% year to date.

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Community Health Systems was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on May 21.

TheStreet Ratings gives Community Health Systems a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $22.66 and has risen 29.86% year to date.


Consol Energy was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on May 21.

TheStreet Ratings gives Consol Energy a C grade.

The stock closed Friday at $29.59 and has fallen 19.37% year to date.

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