This morning, Bank of America upgraded shares of DreamWorks Animation (NASDAQ:DWA) from underperform to neutral as investors are optimistic about the upcoming films coming out in the current quarter. With the upgrade, Bank of America raised its price target up from $30 per share to $38.
Shares of DWA were modestly higher on the news, picking up 0.3% so far.
And Citigroup upgraded shares of Skilled Healthcare (NYSE:SKH) from hold to buy following back-to-back strong quarters from the company. With the upgrade, Citigroup raised its price target to $7 per share.
In morning trading, shares of SKH were sharply higher, gaining almost 16% so far today.
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