Wednesday's Top Analysts Upgrades and Downgrades: Arista Networks, Colgate-Palmolive, Expedia, Global Payments, Huntsman, ON Semiconductor, ZoomInfo and More

Monolithic Power Systems Inc. (NASDAQ: MPWR): Oppenheimer reiterated an Outperform rating with a $500 target price. The consensus target is higher at $558.33. On Tuesday, shares closed at $457.48, up 11% after first-quarter results smashed expectations.

ON Semiconductor Corp. (NASDAQ: ON): The analysts at Baird reiterated an Outperform rating with an $80 price objective. The consensus target is just $72.96. The close on Tuesday was at $56.51.

SolarEdge Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: SEDG): Oppenheimer stuck with a Perform rating but did not post a price target. The consensus target is $345.58, and Tuesday’s close was at $262.67.

Tenet Healthcare Corp. (NYSE: THC): Goldman Sachs lowered the price target on the Buy-rated stock to $108 from $121. The consensus target is $105.28. The stock closed at $72.83 on Tuesday.

Timken Co. (NYSE: TKR): Stifel maintained a Buy rating but cut its $98 price target to $85. The consensus target is $75.30. The shares closed on Tuesday at $60.86.

Webster Financial Corp. (NYSE: WBS): Jefferies reiterated a Buy rating with a $72 price target, citing the company’s solid earnings report last week. The consensus target is $70.50. The stock closed on Tuesday at $50.58.

Woodward Inc. (NYSE: WWD): Goldman Sachs reiterated a Sell rating after the company posted disappointing numbers and guidance. The analyst has a $91 target price, much lower than the $125.71 consensus figure. The stock closed 7% lower on Tuesday to $102.00.

ZoomInfo Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ: ZI): Stifel lowered its $85 price target to $75 but kept a Buy rating. The posted consensus target is $77.17. Tuesday’s close at $51.99 what up close to 6% after the company posted solid first-quarter earnings.

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Tuesday’s early top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Amgen, Array Technologies, Boeing, Carvana, DocuSign, Enterprise Products Partners, Fiserv, Johnson Controls, Monster Beverage, Nvidia, PayPal, PG&E, T-Mobile and Uber Technologies. Analyst calls seen later in the day were on JPMorgan, Kellogg, Morgan Stanley and more.

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