Analysts' Actions -- Carnival, Kellogg, Wynn Resorts, Progressive and More

RATINGS CHANGES

Campbell Soup ( CPB) was downgraded from market perform to underperform, said Bernstein. The company's revenue trends are deteriorating, and it is being hurt by consumers' preference for fresher food. The stock has a price target of $54.  
 
Carnival ( CCL) was upgraded to outperform, said William. The company is well positioned to exceed expectations with earnings growth likely to accelerate into fiscal 2018.

Chicos Fas (CHS)  was upgraded to a buy at TheStreet ratings. You can view the full analysis from the report here: CHS

Dover Motorsports (DVD) was downgraded to a hold at TheStreet ratings. You can view the full analysis from the report here: DVD

Engility  (EGL) was upgraded to hold at TheStreet ratings. You can view the full analysis from the report here: EGL

Englobal (ENG) was downgraded to a sell at TheStreet ratings. You can view the full analysis from the report here: ENG

General Mills (GIS) was downgraded from market perform to underperform, said Bernstein. The company's revenue trends are deteriorating, and it is being hurt by consumers' preferences for fresher food. The company has a price target of $52. 

Kellogg ( K) was downgraded from market perform to underperform, said Bernstein. The company shows deteriorating revenue trends, and it is being hurt by consumers' preferences for fresher food. The stock has a price target of $69.
 
Progressive ( PGR) was upgraded to from hold to buy at Sandler O'Neill
 
J.M. Smucker ( SJM) was downgraded from market perform to underperform. The company shows deteriorating revenue trends, and it is being hurt by consumers preferences for fresher food. The stock has a price target of $130. 

Wynn Resorts ( WYNN) was upgraded to buy, Aegis said. That's because of optimism regarding its Macau business. The stock's price target is $121. 
 
 
 
 

 

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