NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- CHANGE IN RATINGSAbercrombie & Fitch ( ANF) was initiated with a buy rating at Nomura. $43 price target. Management is taking action to combat weaker sales, Nomura said. BioMed Realty Trust ( BMR) was downgraded to hold at TheStreet Ratings. Community Health Systems ( CYH) was downgraded at Citigroup to neutral from buy and given a $42 price target. Third quarter will be sequentially weaker, and the HMA acquisition will add leverage and operational risk, Citigroup said. Domino's Pizza ( DPZ) was initiated with a buy rating at Keybanc. $70 price target. Company can continue to deliver solid growth and deserves a premium valuation, Keybanc said. EOG Resources ( EOG) was upgraded at Morgan Stanley to overweight. $200 price target. Company is growing inventory and free cash flow is at an inflection point, though the company trades at a discount to its peers, Morgan Stanley said.
Eaton ( ETN) was upgraded at Morgan Stanley to overweight from neutral. $76 price target. $5 EPS in 2014 is in play and favorable risk/reward, Morgan Stanley said. Expedia ( EXPE) was upgraded to buy at Lazard Capital Markets. $60 price target. Recent checks show solid growth and Travelocity may exceed expectations, Lazard Capital Markets said. Gap ( GPS) was initiated with a neutral rating at Nomura. $42 price target. Total sales volume remains below 2004 levels, Nomura said. HollyFrontier ( HFC) was downgraded at Morgan Stanley to equal weight. Valuation call, based on a $53 price target, Morgan Stanley said. IAC/InterActiveCorp ( IACI) downgraded at Canaccord Genuity to hold from buy. Valuation call, based on a $56 price target, Canaccord Genuity said.
Moody's ( MCO) was initiated with an outperform rating at William Blair. Legal and regulatory risks are easing, and Europe and structured finance market should drive growth, William Blair said. NetApp ( NTAP) was upgraded at UBS to buy from neutral and given a $50 price target. The company is gaining share and the product cycle will be a benefit, UBS said. Outerwall ( OUTR) was downgraded at Pacific Crest to underperform from sector perform. DVD rentals will likely continue to be hurt by a technology transition, Pacific Crest said. Fair value is near $32.