Upgrades and Downgrades for Tuesday, 3/7


  • NuStar Energy (NS) upgraded by Stifel from Hold to Buy
  • Kimbell Royalty Partners (KRP) upgraded by KeyBanc from Sector Weight to Overweight
  • Hochtief (HOCFF) upgraded by Stifel from Hold to Buy
  • International Container (ITCEF) upgraded by HSBC from Hold to Buy
  • Commercial International Bank Egypt (CIBEY) upgraded by HSBC from Hold to Buy
  • DiaSorin SpA (DSRLF) upgraded by HSBC from Hold to Buy
  • Esperion (ESPR) upgraded by Credit Suisse from Underperform to Neutral
  • NSK Ltd. (NPSKY) upgraded by JPMorgan from Neutral to Overweight
  • Mercantile Bank (MBWM) upgraded by Piper Sandler from Neutral to Overweight
  • Costco (COST) upgraded by Northcoast from Neutral to Buy
  • WiseTech (WTCHF) upgraded by Citi from Sell to Neutral
  • United Airlines (UAL) upgraded by Exane BNP Paribas from Underperform to Outperform
  • DraftKings (DKNG) upgraded by Argus from Hold to Buy
  • Jupiter Fund (JFHHF) upgraded by Canaccord from Hold to Buy


  • Qualtrics (XM) downgraded by William Blair from Outperform to Market Perform
  • Artisan Partners (APAM) downgraded by Goldman Sachs from Neutral to Sell
  • KT Corporation (KT) downgraded by BofA from Buy to Neutral
  • DNB Bank (DNBBY) downgraded by Deutsche Bank from Buy to Hold
  • Black Stone Minerals (BSM) downgraded by KeyBanc from Overweight to Sector Weight
  • Rolls-Royce (RYCEY) downgraded by Barclays from Overweight to Equal Weight
  • Clarkson (CKNHF) downgraded by JPMorgan from Overweight to Neutral
  • Puma (PUMSY) downgraded by UBS from Buy to Neutral
  • Persimmon (PSMMY) downgraded by Peel Hunt from Hold to Reduce
  • Office Properties (OPI) downgraded by RBC Capital from Sector Perform to Underperform
  • National Bank of Greece (NBGIF) downgraded by Citi from Buy to Neutral
  • Joby Aviation (JOBY) downgraded by Deutsche Bank from Hold to Sell
  • Lightspeed (LSPD) downgraded by MoffettNathanson from Outperform to Market Perform
  • Secure Energy (SECYF) downgraded by RBC Capital from Outperform to Sector Perform
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