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Friday's Top Upgrades and Downgrades: Amgen, Block, Dell, Exxon, GameStop, Lockheed Martin, Snowflake, Western Union, Wynn Resorts and More

Sage Therapeutics Inc. (NASDAQ: SAGE): Berenberg started coverage with a Hold rating and a $37 target price. The consensus target is up at $63.00. Thursday’s final trade hit the tape at $33.10, down almost 4% on the day.

Snowflake Inc. (NYSE: SNOW): Atlantic Equities began coverage with a Neutral rating and a $240 target price. The consensus target is up at $326.56. The closing print on Thursday was $229.13.

Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. (NASDAQ: TTWO): Oppenheimer maintained an Outperform rating on the shares and has a $215 target price. The consensus target for the video game giant is $206.76. The last trade on Thursday was reported at $153.74.

Taylor Morrison Homes Corp. (NYSE: TMHC): Barclays downgraded the stock to Equal Weight from Overweight and lowered the price objective to $33 from $41. The consensus target is $39.86. The final trade on Thursday was recorded at $27.22, down over 6% for the day.

Warby Parker Inc. (NYSE: WRBY): Stifel initiated coverage with a Hold rating and a $36 target price. The consensus target is $38.13. The stock closed Thursday at $33.81, which was over 6% lower for the day.

Western Union Co. (NYSE: WU): UBS started coverage of the shares with a Hold rating and a $19 target price. The consensus target is $20.23. The shares were last seen Thursday at $18.74.

Williams-Sonoma Inc. (NYSE: WSM): Oppenheimer reiterated a Perform rating on the high-end retail stock and has a $136 target price. The consensus target is $182.24. The stock closed on Thursday at $145.

Wynn Resorts Ltd. (NASDAQ: WYNN): Citigroup raised the upscale casino to Buy from Neutral but trimmed the $98 target price to $96.50. The consensus target is $108.58. The shares closed Thursday at $79.74.


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Thursday’s early top analyst upgrades and downgrades included APA, Baker Hughes, Block, Cenovus Energy, Compass, Costco Wholesale, HF Sinclair, Intuit, Kimco Realty, Micron Technology, PayPal, Phillips 66, Robinhood Markets and Southwestern Energy. Analyst calls seen later in the day were on Advanced Micro Devices, Akebia Therapeutics, Dell Technologies, HP, Starwood Property Trust, State Street and more.

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