AAP reitr Buy at BB&T.
AGN cut to Mkt Weight at Thomas Weisel.
AMTD started as Overweight at Morgan Stanley.
CKFR raised to Buy at Citigroup.
CKR started as Buy at Jefferies.
COGN reitr Buy at B of A.
CYBS raised to Outperform at at JMP.
CYCL raised to Overweight at Thomas Weisel.
DG reitr Buy at B of A.
DIOD raised to Strong Buy at Raymond James.
EGOV raised to Buy at AGEdwards.
EOG cut to Neutral at UBS.
ET started as Overweight at Morgan Stanley.
FDS started as Neutral at Goldman Sachs.
FDRY reitr Buy at Jefferies.
GLW reitr Outperform at Thomas Weisel.
HOTT reitr Buy at B of A.
HPY raised to Buy at Citigroup.
IACI cut to Neutral at Merrill Lynch.
LAZ raised to Buy at Merrill Lynch.
MEDX raised to Overweight at Morghan Stanley.
MIPS cut to Hold at AGEdwards.
MRO cut to Underperform at FBR.
OKE added to Goldman Sachs’ conviction buy list, CLMT removed from list.
OPSW raised to Outperform at JMP Securities.
PLT started as Outperform at Morgan Keegan.
RNWK started as Underperform at Jefferies.
SBH started as Outperform at Bear Stearns.
SCWH started as Equal Weight at Morgan Stanley.
TIVO cut to Sell at Oppenheimer.
TLEO raised to Overweight at JPMorgan.
TS reitr Buy at Deutsche Bank.
VNO raised to Buy at Deutsche Bank.
B of A: raised homebuilding sector; raised MTH, NVR, PHM, RYL, TOL to Neutral from Sell; raised SPF to Buy from Neutral; RYL noted as worst pick in sector; best picks HOV & SPF.
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