NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- CHANGE IN RATINGSF5 Networks ( FFIV) was upgraded to buy at Nomura. $88 price target. Recent project delays will likely prove to be temporary, Nomura said. Western Digital ( WDC) was downgraded from buy to hold at Craig-Hallum. Valuation call, based on a $54 price target, Craig-Hallum said. Waste Management ( WM) was upgraded from hold to buy at Wunderlich. $43 price target. Company is seeing solid price leverage and can grow cash flow, Wunderlich said. McGraw-Hill ( MHP) was downgraded from buy to hold at Jefferies. Valuation call, as the stock has reached the previous $51 price target, Jefferies said. Intuit ( INTU) shares were downgraded to Neutral at Citi. Earnings growth is now expected to settle in the 10-15% range (vs. 15-20% historically), said Citigroup. Price target is $59.
Intuit was downgraded from overweight to neutral at JP Morgan said. $60 price target. Consumer tax business is slowing. Asbury Automotive ( ABG) was upgraded from hold to buy at Craig-Hallum. $42 price target. Company is realizing higher margins Craig-Hallum said. Akamai ( AKAM) was upgraded to overweight at JP Morgan. Media business is accelerating, JP Morgan said. Ashland ( ASH) was downgraded from buy to hold at Keybanc. Stock is up 20% in recent weeks, but core growth could be slowing, Keybanc said. Cullen/Frost CoName ( CFR) was downgraded from market perform to underperform at FBR. 56 price target. Loan growth is slowing, along with NIM compression, FBR Capital Markets said. Everbank ( EVER) was upgraded from neutal to buy at Sterne Agee. $17 price target. Stock has pulled back to an attractive level, Sterne Agee said. RockTenn ( RKT) was downgraded from buy to neutral at DA Davidson. Valuation call, as the company lacks near-term catalysts, DA Davidson said. T. Rowe Price ( TROW) was downgraded from outperform to market perform at Wells. Company is seeing lower asset inflows, Wells Fargo said. Zoetis ( ZTS) was upgraded from underperform to market perform at BMO. Valuation call, based on a $30 price target, BMO Capital said.