Analysts' Actions: BBRY FIVE SM K NYT


Research in Motion
(BBRY) upgraded at Deutsche to Hold. Valuation call, based on a $6 price target.

GT Advanced (GTAT) upgraded at BofA/Merrill to Buy. $13 price target. Company has entered a multi-year deal with Apple.

Halcon (HK) downgraded at Wells from Outperform to Market Perform. Company offered disappointing 2014 production guidance.

Kellogg (K) downgraded at Deutsche from Buy to Hold. $65 price target. Company has limited visibility for 2014.

News Corp. (NWSA) rated Market Perform at FBR. $18.50 price target. Company lacks near-term catalysts.

New York Times (NYT) rated new Outperform at FBR. $13 price target. Company is making progress moving its business model toward the consumer.

Vulcan Materials (VMC) downgraded at DA Davidson from Neutral to Underperform, DA Davidson said. Valuation call, based on a $50 price target.


Barnes Group (B) raises estimates, price target at Jefferies. Shares of B reached $37, according to Jefferies. Recent accretive acquisition. Estimates were also increased into next year. Hold rating.

Five Below (FIVE) raises estimates, price target at UBS. FIVE bumped up its numbers, UBS said. Strong momentum in sales driven by traffic and loyal customers. $58 price target and Buy rating.

GT Advanced Tech (GTAT) lifts its numbers, price target at UBS. Company signed a multi-year deal with Apple and targeting strong growth with diversification strategy. $13 price target and Buy rating.

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