Upgrades and Downgrades for Monday, 3/22


  • Elisa (ELMUF) upgraded by Goldman Sachs from Neutral to Buy
  • Rightmove (RTMVY) upgraded by UBS from Neutral to Buy
  • Adevinta (ADEVF) upgraded by DNB Markets from Sell to Hold
  • Infineon (IFNNY) upgraded by Credit Suisse from Underperform to Outperform
  • Alcon (ALC) upgraded by BTIG from Neutral to Buy
  • Travis Perkins (TPRKY) upgraded by RBC Capital from Sector Perform to Outperform
  • Beazley (BZLYF) upgraded by Investec from Hold to Buy
  • Volkswagen (VWAGY) upgraded by AlphaValue from Sell to Add
  • Swatch Group (SWGAY) upgraded by Bernstein from Market Perform to Outperform
  • Kansas City Southern (KSU) upgraded by JPMorgan from Neutral to Overweight
  • South Jersey Industries (SJI) upgraded by BofA from Underperform to Neutral
  • Dollar General (DG) upgraded by Evercore ISI from In Line to Outperform
  • Columbia Sportswear (COLM) upgraded by BofA from Neutral to Buy
  • Masonite (DOOR) upgraded by Baird from Neutral to Outperform
  • PepsiCo (PEP) upgraded by Barclays from Equal Weight to Overweight

  • Telenor (TELNY) downgraded by Goldman Sachs from Buy to Neutral
  • Kubota (KUBTY) downgraded by SMBC Nikko from Outperform to Neutral
  • Daikin Industries (DKILY) downgraded by SMBC Nikk from Outperform to Neutral
  • Autoliv (ALV) downgraded by Nordea from Buy to Hold
  • Vera Bradley (VRA) downgraded by Cowen from Outperform to Market Perform
  • Cascades (CADNF) downgraded by CIBC from Outperformer to Neutral
  • Snap (SNAP) downgraded by BofA from Buy to Neutral
  • Pinterest (PINS) downgraded by BofA from Buy to Neutral
  • B&G Foods (BGS) downgraded by Piper Sandler from Overweight to Neutral
  • Canadian Natural (CNQ) downgraded by Credit Suisse from Outperform to Neutral
  • One Gas (OGS) downgraded by UBS from Buy to Neutral
  • Brandywine Realty (BDN) downgraded by Evercore ISI from Outperform to In Line
  • Five Below (FIVE) downgraded by Evercore ISI from Outperform to In Line
  • Wendy’s (WEN) downgraded by Argus from Buy to Hold
46-Year-Old CEO Bets $44.2 Billion on One Stock [sponsor]
Netflix is NOT the future of entertainment. It's only a small fraction. And one billionaire CEO is taking charge of what Netflix DOESN'T do and leading the way for the next generation of entertainment. His forward-thinking company, which many people haven't even heard of yet, doesn't only want to compete with Netflix... It wants to rule the world...


Upgrades & Downgrades provided by The Fly at http://www.thefly.com.  The Fly is a leading digital publisher of real-time financial news. Our financial market experts understand that news impacting stock prices can originate from anywhere, at any time. The Fly team scours all sources of company news, from mainstream to cutting-edge, then filters out the noise to deliver short-form stories consisting of only market moving content. Become an informed investor. Try all of The Fly’s services FREE for 14 days by clicking here.