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7 Biggest Price Target Changes For Tuesday



  • MUFG boosted the price target for SM Energy Co (NYSE: SM) from $16 to $36. SM Energy shares closed at $36.37 on Monday.
  • BMO Capital raised Silver Standard Resources Inc. (USA) (NASDAQ: SSRI) price target from $16.50 to $19. Silver Standard Resources shares closed at $14.41 on Monday.
  • UBS increased the price target on CF Industries Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: CF) from $22 to $28. CF Industries shares closed at $23.69 on Monday.
  • Oppenheimer raised the price target for Workday Inc (NYSE: WDAY) from $80 to $90. Workday shares closed at $79.24 on Monday.
  • Buckingham Research cut the price target on Zoe's Kitchen Inc (NYSE: ZOES) from $45 to $37. Zoe's Kitchen shares closed at $37.25 on Monday.
  • Jefferies raised BHP Billiton Limited (ADR) (NYSE: BHP) price target from $28 to $33. BHP Billiton shares closed at $31.65 on Monday.

  • BMO Capital cut the price target for Hecla Mining Company (NYSE: HL) from $10 to $7. Hecla Mining shares closed at $6.60 on Monday.

Latest Ratings for SM

Nov 2019MaintainsMarket Perform
Oct 2019MaintainsOverweight
Oct 2019DowngradesBuyNeutral

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