Thursday's Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Coterra Energy, Eli Lilly, First Horizon, Palo Alto Networks, Southwestern Energy, Toast and More

Range Resources Corp. (NYSE: RRC): Goldman Sachs upgraded the stock from Sell to Neutral. Though it nudged its $30 target price to $31, that is still below the $32.29 consensus figure. Wednesday’s final trade was for $29.80 per share.

Sherwin-Williams Co. (NYSE: SHW): When Jefferies upgraded the shares to Buy from Hold, the analyst raised the price target to $275 from $240. The consensus target is $253.26. The stock closed on Wednesday at $228.82.

Southwestern Energy Inc. (NYSE: SWN): The Goldman Sachs downgrade to Sell from Neutral included a target price cut to $5 from $5.75. The consensus target is $7.54. Wednesday’s close was at $5.21.

Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT): Vertical Research downgraded the shares from Buy to Hold with a $70 target price. The consensus target is $81.48. Wednesday’s closing share price was $62.28.

Toast Inc. (NYSE: TOST): D.A. Davidson resumed coverage with a Buy rating and a $25 target price. The consensus target is $23.38, and Wednesday’s close was at $21.37.

Urban Outfitters Inc. (NASDAQ: URBN): Barclays raised its Equal Weight rating to Overweight and its $27 price target to $38. The consensus target is $28.63. The stock closed at $31.35 on Wednesday.

Workday Inc. (NASDAQ: WDAY): As Exane BNP Paribas upgraded the stock to Buy from Hold, its $240 target price increased to $275. The $211.99 consensus target is closer to Wednesday’s $181.92 closing price.

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Wednesday’s top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Chevron, Cleveland-Cliffs, Infosys, Knight-Swift Transportation, Microsoft, Nucor, Salesforce, Steel Dynamics, Wheaton Precious Metals and Zoom Video Communications.

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