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Tuesday's Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Bank of America, Beyond Meat, Coinbase Global, ConocoPhillips, Dell, HollyFrontier, Next Era Energy, Okta and More

HollyFrontier Corp. (NYSE: HFC): BofA Securities upgraded the shares of the refiner to Buy from Neutral and boosted the price target to $47 from $40. The consensus target is $40. The last trade for Monday was reported at $29.34.

MicroVision Inc. (NASDAQ: MVIS): Cantor Fitzgerald started coverage with a Neutral rating and a $5 target price. The shares closed nearly 5% lower on Monday at $4.16.

Next Era Energy Inc. (NYSE: NEE): KeyBanc Capital Markets lifted its Sector Weight rating to Overweight and has an $87 target price. The consensus target is $91.92. The stock closed Monday’s session at $84.18, up close to 5% for the day.

Oil States International Inc. (NYSE: OIS): Piper Sandler upgraded the stock to Overweight from Neutral and has an $8 price target. The consensus target is $6.88. The stock closed Monday at $7.11, up over 20% for the day.

Okta Inc. (NASDAQ: OKTA): Mizuho upgraded the shares from Neutral to Buy with a $225 price objective. The consensus target is $248.48. The stock ended Monday’s session at $154.40.

PVH Corp. (NYSE: PVH): Wedbush cut its Outperform rating to Neutral and slashed the $140 target to $85. The consensus target is $128.26. The last Monday trade was reported at $66.19, down a whopping 15% on no news that we could locate.

TAL Education Group (NYSE: TAL): Morgan Stanley upgraded the shares to Overweight from Equal Weight but moved the $3.50 target price to $2.40. The consensus target is a stunning $29.60 for now, and the shares closed Monday at $2.48, up close to 5% on the day.

UGI Corp. (NYSE: UGI): BofA Securities cut the shares to Neutral from Buy and lowered the price objective to $38 from $46. The consensus target is $50.25. The final trade on Monday was reported at $34.31, down over 5%.


Six top real estate investment trusts pay a 5% or higher distribution and are offering outstanding entry points after recent pullbacks. They are in sectors poised to do well in difficult times and are rated Buy at top Wall Street firms.

Monday’s early top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Broadcom, Costco Wholesale, DraftKings, Exxon Mobil, Foot Locker, Marvell Technology, Nvidia, Payoneer Global, Philip Morris International, Pure Storage, Rivian Automotive, SoFi Technologies, Splunk and Tilray Brands. Analyst calls seen later in the day were on American Airlines, Citigroup, Mosaic, Palantir, U.S. Steel and more.

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