NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- CHANGE IN RATINGS Advent Software ( ADVS) was downgraded at JMP Securities from outperform to market perform. Company is facing near-term demand uncertainty, JMP said. Baidu.com ( BIDU) was downgraded at Citigroup from buy to sell. $95.10 price target. Company is seeing lower sales, Citi said. Copart ( CPRT) was upgraded at Robert Baird from neutral to outperform. $33 price target. Company should benefit from auction of salvage vehicles, Robert Baird said. Ford ( F) was upgraded at Craig Hallum to buy from hold. $14 price target. Company is seeing higher growth in North America, Hallum said. ITC ( ITC) was initiated with a neutral rating at UBS. $81 price target. Company faces regulatory headwinds, UBS said. Nanometrics ( NANO) was upgraded at JP Morgan to overweight. Old Dominion ( ODFL) was initiated with a buy rating at Goldman Sachs. $40 price target. Company was also placed on the Conviction List, Goldman said. Pullback has created an attractive entry point, Goldman added. MetroPCS ( PCS) was downgraded at Deutsche Bank from buy to hold. $11 price target. Company is unlikely to receive a competing bid, Deutsche said. Riverbed Technology ( RVBD) was downgraded at Jefferies from hold to underperform. $16.25 price target. Company is paying a premium for Opnet, Jefferies said. Riverbed was downgraded at Robert Baird from outperform to neutral. $24 price target. Company is leveraged to a weaker macro outlook, Baird said. Western Union ( WU) was downgraded at William Blair to market perform. Mexico business is slowing down, Blair said. Western Union was downgraded at DA Davidson to underperform. $15 price target. Company is facing economic, regulatory and competitive pressure, DA Davidson said.