Analysts' Actions: HNZ, CRM, LULU

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- CHANGE IN RATINGS

Belden ( BDC) was initiated with a Neutral rating at DA Davidson. $37 price target. Attractive long-term story, but multiples under pressure on euro concerns, DA Davidson said.

Carter's ( CRI) was upgraded at Citigroup to Buy from Neutral. $62 price target. EBIT margin trumps competitors and still expanding, Citigroup said.

Salesforce.com ( CRM) was upgraded at Oppenheimer to Outperform from Perform. $180 price target, Oppenheimer said. Fast organic growth.

Carrizo Oil & Gas ( CRZO) was initiated with a Neutral rating at Credit Suisse. $30 price target. Transition to liquids continues.

Eastman Chemical ( EMN) was upgraded at JPMorgan to Overweight from Neutral. Exposure to inexpensive natural gas liquids feedstock supply, JPMorgan said.

National Electric Company of Chile ( EOC) was downgraded to Hold at TheStreet Ratings.

StealthGas ( GASS), providers of overseas transportation for LPG producers, was upgraded to Hold at TheStreet Ratings.

H.J. Heinz ( HNZ) was downgraded at JPMorgan to Neutral from Overweight. Near-term upside appears limited, JPMorgan said.

H.J. Heinz was downgraded at Jefferies from Buy to Hold. $56 price target. Waiting for North America to recover, Jefferies said.

Illinois Tool Works ( ITW) was upgraded at JPMorgan to Overweight from Neutral. Impressed following meetings with management, JPMorgan said.

Lululemon ( LULU) was downgraded at KeyBanc to Hold from Buy. Valuation call, as well as more cautious view of the U.S. high-end consumer.

Noble ( NE), a drilling contractor in offshore oil and gas, was downgraded to Hold at TheStreet Ratings.

Roma Financial ( ROMA) of Robbinsville, N.J. was downgraded to Hold at TheStreet Ratings.

Synpatics ( SYNA), a maker of computer interface devices, was downgraded to Hold at TheStreet Ratings.

STOCK COMMENTS / EPS CHANGES

Arch Coal ( ACI) numbers were cut at Credit Suisse. Shares are now seen reaching $8. Estimates also lowered as company is still facing stiff headwinds, Credit Suisse said.

BlackRock ( BLK) estimates were raised at Sterne Agee through 2013 to reflect the final terms of buyback and debt offering. Maintain Neutral rating and $200 price target.

Concur Technologies ( CNQR) numbers raised at Oppenheimer. Shares are now seen reaching $70. Estimates were also raised on fast organic growth. Outperform rating.

Flowserve ( FLS) numbers were lowered at Jefferies. Shares are now seen reaching $133. Estimates were also lowered on weak euro, Jefferies said. Buy rating.

First Solar ( FSLR) estimates were raised at Bank of America/Merrill Lynch through 2014. Business is fixable, and investors are being well-compensated for risk, BofA/Merrill said. Buy rating and $30 price target.

NVIDIA ( NVDA) price target was lowered at ThinkEquity to $14. Encouraging product trends, but constraints persist, ThinkEquity said. Hold rating.

VeriFone Systems ( PAY) numbers were lowered at Citigroup. Shares are now seen reaching $55. Estimates were also lowered as guidance raise lost in FX, Citigroup said.

Teva Pharmaceuticals ( TEVA) numbers were cut at UBS. Shares are now seen reaching $52. Estimates were also lowered on lowered guidance. Buy rating.

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