This morning, Credit Suisse upgraded shares of Kforce (NASDAQ:KFRC) from neutral to outperform as the recovery in temp staffing continues to gain strength. With the ugprade, Credit Suisse raised its price target from $13 per share up to $18.
In morning trading, shares of Kforce were climbing, up about 2.7% so far.
Bank of America has grown increasingly bullish on shares of International Paper (NYSE:IP) as the firm has raised its rating from neutral to buy. With the upgrade, B of A increased its 2010 EPS estimates to $1.90 per share and upped its price target to $32.
Shares of International Paper were trading higher by more than 3.5% on Monday.
And Goldman Sachs added shares of Public Service Enterprise Group (NYSE:PEG) to its Conviction Buy List this morning citing strong earnings growth and solid cash flows from operations. In its report, Goldman set a price target of $41 per share.
Shares of PEG were trading modestly higher on the news, gaining about 0.2% so far today.
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