This morning, Morgan Stanley upgraded shares of Interpublic (NYSE:IPG) from equal weight to overweight citing valuation. The firm believes the recent pullback in share price has created an attractive entry point for investors based on the $12 price target.
Shares of IPG were lower with the markets today, falling 0.4% so far.
Argus upgraded shares of the Las Vegas Sands (NYSE:LVS) from hold to buy as Macau properties should continue to deliver attractive returns for the company. With the upgrade, Argus set a price target of $58 per share.
On the news, shares of the Las Vegas Sands were higher, picking up 0.6%.
And BMO upgraded shares of Berry Petroleum (NYSE:BRY) from market perform to outperform as production goals are attainable. With the upgrade, BMO set a price target of $70 per share.
In morning trading, shares of BRY were higher, gaining 3.2% today.
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