Apple price target and estimates were reduced at Citigroup. Lower guidance. Mix will impact margins, China is a concern and the delay of the introduction of the next iPhone is disappointing, Citi said. Price target is $430.

Amgen ( AMGN) estimates were increased at UBS on improving operating expenses, despite the weak first quarter results, said UBS.

Coach ( COH) price target and estimates were increased at UBS. High-quality beat in the fiscal third quarter, UBS said. Gross profit was better than expected. Price target goes to $59.

Cree ( CREE) estimates were reduced at UBS. Reflected leveling-out of gross margins.

DuPont ( DD) estimates were increased at UBS. Estimates for 2013 were increased to reflect the net impact of share count and other minor changes after reporting an in-line first quarter, said UBS.

Discover Financial Services ( DFS) price target and estimates were increased at Citigroup given the first-quarter beat. Fundamentals in Discover's card business remain strong, and card loan growth remains above the sector's, Citi said. Price target is $48.

Edwards ( EW) price target and estimates were reduced at UBS. Estimates reduced through 2015 after the U.S. TAVI miss and guidance cut, said UBS. Price target goes to $64.

Gannett ( GCI) estimates were reduced at UBS through 2014. Slowdown in circulation revenue, said UBS.

Juniper Networks ( JNPR) price target and estimates were reduced at Citigroup. Carrier spending strength is being offset by continued enterprise security challenges, Citi said. Price target is $24.

Molex ( MOLX) estimates were reduced at UBS through 2014. Demand uncertainty and the risk related to Molex's exposure to Apple, said UBS.

Norfolk Southern ( NSC) price target and estimates were increased at UBS through 2014. First-quarter beat, said UBS. Price target goes to $78.

PACCAR ( PCAR) price target and estimates were reduced at UBS through 2014. The company lowered its forecast for Europe industry sales, said UBS. Price target goes to $47.

VMware ( VMW) price target was cut at Citigroup to $73 to reflect lower confidence in license growth, said Citigroup.

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