Downgrades Roundup: TiVo, Diamond Offshore

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The following stocks received downgrades by TheStreet Ratings last week: Walter Energy ( WLT), TiVo ( TIVO), Prudential Financial ( PRU), Northern Trust ( NTRS), Government Properties Income Trust ( GOV), Diamond Offshore Drilling ( DO), Bristow Group ( BRS), Tidewater ( TDW), Molson Coors Brewing ( TAP) and Jacobs Engineering Group ( JEC).

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

TheStreet Ratings gives Walter Energy a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $47.58 and has fallen 21.43% year to date.

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

TheStreet Ratings gives TiVo a D+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $8.07 and has fallen 10.03% year to date.


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

TheStreet Ratings gives Prudential a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $44.74 and has fallen 10.73% year to date.

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

TheStreet Ratings gives Northern Trust a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $41.72 and has risen 5.19% year to date.


Government Properties Income Trust was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Wednesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Government Properties Income Trust a C grade.

The stock closed Friday at $21 and has fallen 6.87% year to date.

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Diamond Offshore Drilling was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Wednesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Diamond Offshore Drilling a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $57.74 and has risen 4.49% year to date.


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

TheStreet Ratings gives Bristow Group a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $39.88 and has fallen 15.85% year to date.

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

TheStreet Ratings gives Tidewater a C grade.

The stock closed Friday at $44.47 and has declined 9.8% year to date.


Molson Coors Brewing was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Tuesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Molson Coors Brewing a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $38.33 and has fallen 11.97% year to date.

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Jacobs Engineering Group was downgraded to hold from buy at TheStreet Ratings on Tuesday.

TheStreet Ratings gives Jacobs Engineering Group a C+ grade.

The stock closed Friday at $34.95 and has fallen 13.87% year to date.

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