F5 Networks ( FFIV) estimates reduced at Wells through 2013, Wells Fargo said. Macro concerns may cut into customer demand. Outperform rating.

Kroger ( KR) numbers lowered at Jefferies. Shares of KR now seen reaching $25, Jefferies said. Estimates also lowered on questionable operating performance. Hold rating.

Liquidity Services ( LQDT) numbers raised at Oppenheimer. Shares of LQDT now seen reaching $75, Oppenheimer said. Estimates also raised as GSS is trending above guidance.

Philip Morris ( PM) estimates increased at Morgan Stanley through 2014, Morgan Stanley said. Pricing remains solid and the company is buying back more shares. Overweight rating and $90 price target.

Rackspace ( RAX) estimates, target cut at Benchmark. RAX estimates were reduced through 2013, Benchmark said. Cloud computing growth could slow in the near term. Buy rating and new $63 price target.

Sprint Nextel ( S) estimates raised at Citigroup through 2012, Citigroup said. Improvement in on hand cash liquidity and prospects to grow core CDMA revenue. Buy rating and $6 price target.

Starbucks ( SBUX) estimates, target cut at BMO. Shares of SBUX now seen reaching $65, according to BMO Capital. Estimates also cut, as the recent acquisition should hurt earnings. Outperform rating.

Safeway ( SWY) numbers reduced at Goldman. Shares of SWY now seen reaching $17, according to Goldman Sachs. Estimates also cut, as the company is buying back more debt instead of stock. Sell rating.

United States Steel ( X) target lowered at Jefferies. Shares of X now seen reaching $22, Jefferies said. Cut on reduced price and demand forecast. Hold rating.

Olympic Steel ( ZEUS) target lowered at Jefferies tO $25, Jefferies said. Cut on reduced price and demand forecast. Buy rating.

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