Thursday's Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Adobe, Carnival, Hyatt Hotels, Nio, Nvidia, RealReal, Starbucks, Tyson Foods, Vertex Pharmaceuticals and More

Rattler Midstream L.P. (NASDAQ: RTLR): Goldman Sachs reiterated a Neutral rating with a $12.50 price target. The consensus target is $13.50. The stock rose over 6% Wednesday on strong oil price gains, closing at $14.27.

RealReal Inc. (NASDAQ: REAL): Baird reiterated an Outperform rating with a $13 price objective. The consensus target is $15.07. Wednesday’s close at $7.98 was down close to 4% for the day.

Spectrum Brands Inc. (NYSE: SPB): Oppenheimer reiterated an Outperform rating and has a $125 price objective. The consensus target is $124.57. The final trade for Wednesday was reported at $89.17.

Starbucks Corp. (NASDAQ: SBUX): Jefferies reiterated a Buy rating on the ubiquitous coffee retailer, and its $130 price target compares with a consensus figure of $113.55. The analysts cited the massive 25% decline this year and noted the outstanding entry point for investors looking to own the stock. The shares closed on Wednesday at $86.22.

Tyson Foods Inc. (NYSE: TSN): Zacks has picked this stock as its Bull of the Day. The analyst makes a case that strong earnings and bullish guidance make for a winning combination. Shares last closed at $85.73, and the consensus price target of $100.91 would be a 52-week high.

Vail Resorts Inc. (NYSE: MTN): Stifel raised the $262 price target to $274, while keeping its Neutral rating. The consensus target is up at $309.40 The last trade on Wednesday hit the tape at $255.42, after retreating 3% for the day.

Vertex Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ: VRTX): Baird maintained an Outperform rating. However, its $240 target price is lower than the $273.14 consensus and Wednesday’s final print of $248.13.

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Wednesday’s early top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AES, American Express, Baker Hughes, BorgWarner, Coupang, CyrusOne, Duke Energy, Nike, Okta, Plains All-American Pipeline, Public Service Enterprise and Schlumberger. Analyst calls seen later in the day were on Booking, BP, Block, T-Mobile and more.

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