This morning, JP Morgan upgraded shares of Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) from neutral to overweight as stabilizing PC sales will benefit the company. In the report, JP Morgan also noted that the new CEO is providing more realistic guidance for investors. Shares of Intel were higher on the news, picking up 3.6% so far.
Jefferies increased its price target on shares of Hain Celestial (NASDAQ:HAIN) to $99 following the acquisition of Tilda. In the report, Jefferies noted that the company has gained a strategic foothold in the specialty rice segement and reiterated its buy rating. Shares of Hain Celestial were higher by nearly 3% on the news.
And BMO Capital upgraded shares of US Steel (NYSE:X) from market perform to outperform as the company is seeing higher steel prices and lower met coal prices. Shares of US Steel were higher by 4.1% on Tuesday.
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