This morning, Goldman Sachs upgraded shares of General Mills (NYSE:GIS) from neutral to buy as commodity prices are easing. With the upgrade, Goldman set a price target of $44 per share.
General Mills shares were higher on the news, picking up 1.7% so far.
And Bank of America upgraded shares of Stryker (NYSE:SYK) from neutral to buy as the firm expects sales to recover over the coming quarters. With the upgrade, Bank of America set a price target of $57 per share.
Shares of Stryker were higher on Tuesday, gaining 1.5% today.
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