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Monday's Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Exxon, Hilton, McDonald's, Nike, PayPal, Peloton and More

Domino’s Pizza Inc. (NYSE: DPZ): Argus reiterated a Buy rating on the popular pizza chain and raised the $520 target price to $640. The consensus price objective is $526.11. The stock closed trading on Friday at $564.33.

Euroseas Ltd. (NASDAQ: ESEA) Maxim reiterated a Buy rating on the shares and nudged the target price to $50 from $48. The posted consensus target is $46.50. The stock closed Friday’s trading at $24.91, which was up over 3% for the day.

Exxon Mobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM): Goldman Sachs reiterated a Buy rating on the stock and has a $71 price target. The firm cited data that indicated fourth-quarter results may come in better than expected. The consensus target for the energy behemoth is $72.38. The stock closed Friday’s session at $61.19.

Fastly Inc. (NYSE: FSLY): Morgan Stanley started coverage with an Equal Weight rating and a $43 price objective. The consensus target is $47.75. The shares closed Friday at $35.45, down almost 5% on the day.

Hilton Worldwide Holdings (NYSE: HLT): Raymond James raised the $148 price on the lodging giant to $160 while keeping an Outperform rating on the stock. The consensus target is $148.32. The shares closed Friday at $155.99.


IAC/InterActive Corp. (NASDAQ: IAC): JPMorgan resumed coverage with a Buy rating but cut the price objective on the stock to $175 from $185. The consensus target is set at $181.21. The stock was last seen Friday at $130.71.

McDonald’s Corp. (NYSE: MCD): Piper Sandler upgraded the fast-food giant to Overweight from Neutral and boosted the target price to $283 from $232. The consensus target is $274.73. The stock closed on Friday at $268.07.

Nike Inc. (NYSE: NKE): UBS reiterated a Buy rating, noting that the company’s direct-to-consumer business could have big upside potential. The analyst has a $192 price target, which compares with the lower $184.21 consensus target and Friday’s closing print of $166.67 per share.

OGE Energy Corp. (NYSE: OGE): UBS kept a Buy rating on the shares and has a $40 price target after the company filed its Oklahoma rate case, which included a request for a performance-based rate plan. The consensus target is set at $37.33. The last trade on Friday was reported at $38.38.

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