Textron, Inc.

NYSE: TXT
$36.50
+$0.59 (+1.6%)
Closing price August 5, 2020
Friday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations included Accenture, American Express, Capital One, GameStop, Halliburton, JPMorgan, Kraft Heinz, Lyft, Nike, Square and Uber Technologies.
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