Notable Analyst Rating Changes 01/23: (ALU) (WLT) (STR) Upgraded; (F) (SNV) (DD) Downgraded

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UPGRADES
Citi upgrades Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE: ALU) from Sell to Neutral, raising its price target to €1.30.

Dahlman Rose raises Walter Energy (NYSE: WLT) from Hold to Buy with a $48 price target. Click Here for more color.

Citi lifts Questar (NYSE: STR) from Neutral to Buy.

Dahlman Rose boosts Alpha Natural Resources (NYSE: ANR) from Hold to Buy with a price target of $12. Click Here for more color.

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DOWNGRADES
Deutsche Bank trims Ford (NYSE: F) from Buy to Hold, while lifting its price target from $13 up to $15. Click Here for more color.

Synovus Financial (NYSE: SNV) lowered by two today:
  • Bernstein from Outperform to Market Perform; and

  • Morgan Stanley from Equalweight to Underweight.

CLSA lowers DuPont (NYSE: DD) from Outperform to Underperform with a price target of $50.

Morgan Stanley takes Incyte (Nasdaq: INCY) down from Equalweight to Underweight.

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NEW COVERAGE
Jefferies assumes Harbinger Group (NYSE: HRG) at Buy and price target of $9.50. Click Here for more color.

Nomura Securities starts Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (Nasdaq: NCLH) with a Neutral rating and $30 price target. Click Here for more color.

Barclays initiates Allot Communications (Nasdaq: ALLT) at Overweight and price target of $21.

BofA/Merrill Lynch reinstates Dover Corp. (NYSE: DOV) at Neutral and $76 price target.

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