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Monday's Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alibaba, Caterpillar, Coinbase, DraftKings, JPMorgan, Marriott, Rivian, Toast, Twilio, Walmart and More

Poshmark Inc. (NASDAQ: POSH): Stifel trimmed its $15 price target on the Neutral-rated stock to $12. The consensus target is $17. Friday’s close at $12.04 was up 24% on the day after solid first-quarter results were posted.

Prestige Consumer Healthcare Inc. (NYSE: PBH): Jefferies raised its Neutral rating to Buy and has a price objective of $70. The consensus target is $66.40. The last trade on Friday was reported at $56.78.

Rivian Automotive Inc. (NASDAQ: RIVN): Goldman Sachs cut its $48 price target on the electric vehicle maker to $36 while maintaining a Neutral rating. The consensus target is up at $68.57. The $26.70 close on Friday was up almost 10% for the day.

Six Flags Entertainment Corp. (NYSE: SIX): Jefferies reiterated a Buy rating with a $60 price target and cited the stock as a top pick. The consensus target for the entertainment park heavyweight is $53.58. The last trade for Friday was up over 3% on the day to $29.17.

Starry Group Holdings Inc. (NYSE: STRY): Goldman Sachs maintained a Buy rating while trimming the $10 target price to $9. The closing share price on Friday was $8.16.

Toast Inc. (NYSE: TOST): Goldman Sachs lowered the $25 price target on the Neutral-rated stock to $22. The consensus target is $29.50. Friday’s $14.99 close was up almost 5% for the day.

Twilio Inc. (NASDAQ: TWLO): Baird downgraded the shares to Neutral from Outperform and lowered the $155 price target to $120. The consensus target is up at $220.66. The stock closed almost 12% higher on Friday at $110.79, but shares slipped over 3% in Monday’s premarket.

Walmart Inc. (NYSE: WMT): Jefferies kept a Buy rating in front of the upcoming earnings report, which marks the unofficial end of the S&P 500 first-quarter earnings reporting season. The analysts have a $175 price target for the retail giant, while the consensus target is $166.47. The shares closed on Friday at $148.05.


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Friday’s early top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AppLovin, BioCryst Pharmaceuticals, Boeing, CF Industries, Coupa Software, Crocs, Dutch Bros, DigitalOcean, Gilead Sciences, IBM, International Game Technology, Rivian Automotive, Roblox, VICI Properties and Visa, Walt Disney. Analyst calls seen later in the day were on Carvana, First Solar, Ford, UPS, Waste Management and more.

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