This morning, FBR upgraded shares of Marsh & McLennan (NYSE:MMC) from Market Perform to Outperform as management has turned the company around. The firm believes consulting company is poised for a strong performance in 2010 and FBR has raised its price target from $22 per share up to $27.
In morning trading, shares of Marsh & McLennan were trading higher, up almost three percent so far today.
And Citigroup upgraded shares of both Robert Half (NYSE:RHI) and Manpower (NYSE:MAN) from Hold to Buy as analysts at the investment firm believe we will see jobs growth in 2010. With the upgrade, Citigroup raised its price target for Robert Half from $28 per share up to $36 and increased its price target for Manpower from $61 per share up to $69.
Shares of Robert Half were showing strong gains this morning of almost six and a half percent, while shares of Manpower climbed higher by more than two and a half percent.
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