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Stock Upgrades From 2011/11/23

Daily Upgrades And Downgrades (Brokerage Up- And Downgrades). Upgrades and downgrades are positive (negative) changes in the rating of a security. An upgrade is usually triggered by a steady improvement in the fundamentals and financials of the entity that has issued the security. Downgrade ratings are vice versa. Changes in the analyst rating could hit the company’s stock price significantly. Watch out the current rating decisions. Here is a current list of recent company upgrades and downgrades by brokerage firms for investors.

Upgrades:

Crestwood Midstream Partners (CMLP) has a market capitalization of $3.35Billion. The company was upgraded by the brokerage firm “UBS” from “Neutral” to ”Buy ($32)”. The stock price closed at $20.57 and has changed by -1.06% compared to the previous day.

Here are the price ratios of the company: The P/E ratio is 19.78, Price/Sales 8.18 and Price/Book 1.37. The earnings per share is expected to grow by 4.90% for next year and 7.80% for the upcoming 5 years.

1-Year Chart Of Crestwood Midstream Partners (Click to enlarge)

Senior Housing (SNH) has a market capitalization of $1.13Billion. The company was upgraded by the brokerage firm “Stifel Nicolaus” from “Hold” to ”Buy ($23)”. The stock price closed at $28.68 and has changed by -0.42% compared to the previous day.

Here are the price ratios of the company: The P/E ratio is 30.51, Price/Sales 6.36 and Price/Book 2.45. The earnings per share is expected to grow by 19.67% for next year and 9.23% for the upcoming 5 years.

1-Year Chart Of Senior Housing (Click to enlarge)

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