NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- CHANGE IN RATINGS
Davita was downgraded at Goldman Sachs to sell from neutral. $110 price target. Company faces earnings headwinds, Goldman Sachs said.
Gogo was initiated with an outperform rating at William Blair. Company is a market leader and can deliver solid growth, William Blair said.
Medley Capital was upgraded to buy at TheStreet Ratings.
PPL was initiated with an equal-weight rating at Morgan Stanley. $32 price target. Company is transitioning to a regulated utility, but consensus expectations appear too high, Morgan Stanley said.
Scholastic was upgraded to buy at TheStreet Ratings.
Tenneco was upgraded at Goldman Sachs to buy from neutral. Company has strong secular drivers and margin prospects, Goldman said.
STOCK COMMENTS/EPS CHANGES
Bally Technologies numbers were increased at Sterne Agee. Shares are now seen reaching $74. Estimates were also increased, as the company has good visibility and can expand margins, Sterne Agee said. Buy rating.
Citigroup estimates, price target were increased at Sterne Agee. Estimates were raised through 2014. Company is posting better earnings quality, Sterne Agee said. Buy rating and new $61 price target.
Cintas estimates, price target were cut at Jefferies. Shares are now seen reaching $51. Estimates were also reduced, as organic rental growth is slowing, Jefferies said. Buy rating.
Dish Networks numbers were boosted at Credit Suisse. Shares are now seen reaching $50. Estimates were also increased, as spectrum valuations are rising, Credit Suisse said. Outperform rating.
Ford was cut from the Conviction Buy List at Goldman Sachs. General Motors appears to have better near-term catalysts.
General Motors was added to Conviction Buy List at Goldman Sachs. Company has potential near-term catalysts, Goldman said.
Priceline.com numbers were increased at Jefferies. Estimates were boosted through 2014. European demand continues to improve, Jefferies said. Buy rating and new $1005 price target.
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