This morning, Credit Suisse upgraded shares of Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA) from neutral to outperform as the product road map now has better long-term visibility. In the report, Credit Suisse also noted that the recent pullback in the stock has created an attractive entry point. Shares of Electronic Arts were lower by 1.9% despite the report.
UBS initiated coverage on shares of American Express (NYSE:AXP) with a neutral rating as net interest margins could see headwinds in 2014. In the report, UBS set a $94 price target. Shares of American Express were lower by 0.6% today.
And Bank of America upgraded shares of Danaher (NYSE:DHR) from neutral to buy as the company is seeing growth improve from its core segments. In the report, Bank of America set a $90 price target. Shares of Danaher were higher by 1.6% on Tuesday.
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