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  • KeyBanc initiated coverage on MAXIMUS, Inc. (NYSE: MMS) with a Overweight rating. MAXIMUS shares closed at $52.82 on Wednesday.
  • Analysts at Jefferies assumed coverage on DDR Corp (NYSE: DDR) with a Hold rating. DDR shares closed at $18.05 on Wednesday.
  • Analysts at Argus initiated coverage of Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (USA) (NYSE: CP) with a Buy rating. Canadian Pacific Railway shares closed at $126.41 on Wednesday.
  • Analysts at FBR Capital initiated coverage on Callaway Golf Co (NYSE: ELY) with a Outperform rating. Callaway Golf shares gained 1.50 percent to $10.12 in pre-market trading.
  • Analysts at Benchmark initiated coverage of InVitae Corp (NYSE: NVTA) with a Hold rating. InVitae shares closed at $7.30 on Wednesday.
  • Baird initiated coverage of Douglas Emmett, Inc. (NYSE: DEI) with a Outperform rating. Douglas Emmett shares closed at $34.79 on Wednesday.

Latest Ratings for MMS

DateFirmActionFromTo
Aug 2019MaintainsHold
Aug 2019DowngradesOutperformMarket Perform
Oct 2018MaintainsHoldHold

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