J.C. Penney Not Looking Great and 3 More Analyst Opinions To Know

Stock upgrades and downgrades are a controversial part of Wall Street. Despite regulations, many banks and firms still have a positive bias toward current clients and companies desired as future clients. In addition, Wall Street analysts are straight-up biased to the buy side. The percentage of sell recommendations is normally below 15 percent!

Regardless, upgrades and downgrades move stocks in the short-term. They fall into our CHEAT SHEET framework category ‘C = Catalyst for a Stock?s Movement’. Here are catalysts you must know today:

J. C. Penney (NYSE:JCP): Imperial Capital initiated coverage of this company with a rating of Underperform and a price target of $11.

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Nielsen (NYSE:NLSN): Northland Capital initiated coverage of this company with a rating of Under Perform and a price target of $28.

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DTE Energy (NYSE:DTE): Deutsche Bank reiterated its rating of Hold for this company and changed its price target from $67 to $68. Wunderlich reiterated its rating of Hold for this company and changed its price target from $63 to $70.

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Healthsouth (NYSE:HLS): Deutsche Bank reiterated its rating of Hold for this company and changed its price target from $26.5 to

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Autoliv (NYSE:ALV): Deutsche Bank reiterated its rating of Hold for this company and changed its price target from $68 to $69.

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