Agilent (A - Get Report) was upgraded to outperform from neutral at Robert Baird. $48 price target. The fundamentals are improving and the company's guidance appears conservative, Robert Baird said. 

American Airlines (AAL) was upgraded to buy at TheStreet Ratings. You can view the full analysis from the report here: AAL.

Ball (BLL - Get Report) was upgraded to buy from hold at Jefferies. $84 price target. The company has a high quality franchise and the Rexam deal will be transformative, Jefferies said. 

Computer Sciences (CSC) was upgraded to buy from hold at Jefferies. $37 price target. The company is an attractive value play following its split from the government business, Jefferies said. 

F5 Networks (FFIV - Get Report) was downgraded to reduce from neutral at Nomura Securities. $90 price target. Analysts expect choppy near-term results from the company, Nomura said. 

Intel (INTC - Get Report) was upgraded to buy from neutral at Nomura Securities. $42 price target. The data center group has a strong outlook, Nomura said. 

CarMax (KMX - Get Report) was upgraded to buy at TheStreet Ratings. You can view the full analysis from the report here: KMX.

Kinder Morgan (KMI - Get Report) was downgraded to sector perform at RBC Capital Markets. $19 price target. The company lacks near-term catalysts following the dividend cut, RBC said. 

Maxim (MXIM - Get Report) was upgraded to buy from neutral at Nomura Securities. $47 price target. The company is the top takeover target in the space for next year, Nomura said. 

Robert Half (RHI - Get Report) was downgraded to hold from buy at Deutsche Bank. $60 price target. The industry is probably near the end of the labor cycle, Deutsche Bank said. 

R.R. Donnelley & Sons (RRD - Get Report) was downgraded to hold at TheStreet Ratings. You can view the full analysis from the report here: RRD.

Smith & Wesson (SWHC) was downgraded to sector perform at RBC Capital Markets. The valuation is no longer as attractive, given its $23 price target, RBC said.

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