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Analysts at Bank of America upgraded Greenbrier Companies (The) (NYSE: GBX) from “underperform” to “neutral.” The target price for Greenbrier has been raised from $18 to $25. Greenbrier Companies' stock closed at $21.33 yesterday.

Analysts at Sterne Agee upgraded Eagle Materials (NYSE: EXP) from “neutral” to “buy.” The target price for Eagle Materials is set to $80. Eagle Materials' shares closed at $65.96 yesterday.

Citigroup upgraded Ryanair Holdings plc (NASDAQ: RYAAY) from “neutral” to “buy.” Ryanair Holdings' shares closed at $41.56 yesterday.

Investec upgraded Intercontinental Hotels Group plc (NYSE: IHG) from “hold” to “buy.” Intercontinental Hotels' shares closed at $29.57 yesterday.

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