Upgrades and Downgrades for Wednesday, 3/8


  • Bridgestone (BRDCY) upgraded by Jefferies from Hold to Buy
  • Kingspan Group (KGSPY) upgraded by JPMorgan from Neutral to Overweight
  • Rolls-Royce (RYCEY) upgraded by UBS from Neutral to Buy
  • Colruyt (CUYTY) upgraded by Morgan Stanley from Underweight to Equal Weight
  • TeamViewer (TMVWY) upgraded by Kepler Cheuvreux from Hold to Buy
  • Telekom Austria (TKAGY) upgraded by AlphaValue/Baader from Add to Buy
  • Traton (TRATF) upgraded by Oddo BHF from Neutral to Outperform
  • Crowdstrike (CRWD) upgraded by WestPark Capital from Hold to Buy
  • AGNC Investment (AGNC) upgraded by JPMorgan from Neutral to Overweight
  • Komatsu (KMTUY) upgraded by Citi from Neutral to Buy
  • Atlantica Sustainable Infrastructure (AY) upgraded by BofA from Neutral to Buy
  • CMS Energy (CMS) upgraded by BofA from Neutral to Buy
  • Nordstrom (JWN) upgraded by Argus from Hold to Buy
  • Estee Lauder (EL) upgraded by Societe Generale from Hold to Buy


  • Ares Commercial (ACRE) downgraded by Keefe Bruyette from Outperform to Market Perform
  • Megaport (MGPPF) downgraded by RBC Capital from Outperform to Sector Perform
  • Tesla (TSLA) downgraded by Berenberg from Buy to Hold
  • Adyen (ADYEY) downgraded by Exane BNP Paribas from Outperform to Neutral
  • Wood Group (WDGJF) downgraded by Jefferies from Buy to Hold
  • Tenaris (TS) downgraded by Redburn from Buy to Neutral
  • Standard Chartered (SCBFF) downgraded by DBS Bank from Buy to Hold
  • Zscaler (ZS) downgraded by KGI Securities from Outperform to Neutral
  • Edwards Lifesciences (EW) downgraded by Wells Fargo from Overweight to Equal Weight
  • Qualtrics (XM) downgraded by Canaccord from Buy to Hold
  • Offerpad Solutions (OPAD) downgraded by JPMorgan from Overweight to Neutral
  • InterRent REIT (IIPZF) downgraded by Canaccord from Buy to Hold
  • WW (WW) downgraded by Craig-Hallum from Hold to Sell
  • Centene (CNC) downgraded by Deutsche Bank from Buy to Hold
  • Bank of America (BAC) downgraded by Odeon Capital from Buy to Hold
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