Stock Analysts Rated These Companies With New Price Targets Feb 10th

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Wall St. Watchdog reveals information about companies for which stock analysts reiterated their ratings on February 10th:

Polo Ralph Lauren (NYSE:RL):

UBS reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $165 to $195.

Noble Energy (NYSE:NBL):

UBS reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $120 to $124.

Lorillard (NYSE:LO):

UBS reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $124 to $140.

First Solar (NASDAQ:FSLR): Solar wafer makers have been increasing quotes in both Taiwan and China, to between $1.15 and $1.25 per unit, according to Digitimes.

UBS reiterated its rating of Neutral for this company and changed its price target from $36 to $49.5.

Diodes (NASDAQ:DIOD):

UBS reiterated its rating of Neutral for this company and changed its price target from $20 to $26.

Coca-Cola Ent (NYSE:CCE):

UBS reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $30 to $32.

Apt Inv & Mgt (NYSE:AIV):

UBS reiterated its rating of Neutral for this company and changed its price target from $21 to $25.

Alnylam Pharma (NASDAQ:ALNY):

JMP Securities reiterated its rating of Mkt Outperform for this company and changed its price target from $12 to $17.

Spirit Aerosystems (NYSE:SPR):

Auriga reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $27.5 to $30.

Teck Resources (NYSE:TCK):

Dahlman Rose reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $47 to $52.

Avago Tech (NASDAQ:AVGO):

Longbow reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $36 to $39.

FMC Corp (NYSE:FMC):

Longbow reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $100 to $115.

Leapfrog (NYSE:LF):

Needham reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $6 to $7.

KKR (NYSE:KKR):

Compass Point reiterated its rating of Neutral for this company and changed its price target from $15 to $16.5.

BHP Billiton (NYSE:BHP): Excess aluminum supplies will continue to be generated for “years to come,” according to Reuters. Responding to political pressure to preserve jobs, China and Russia will prevent or delay plant closures, the news service explained.

Dahlman Rose reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $116 to $96.

Expedia (NASDAQ:EXPE):

The Benchmark Company reiterated its rating of Hold for this company and changed its price target from $34 to $33. Stifel Nicolaus reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $35 to $38.

Philip Morris International (NYSE:PM):

Stifel Nicolaus reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $80 to $88.

Nuance Communications (NASDAQ:NUAN): Nuance (NASDAQ:NUAN), which provides of voice and language solutions, reported Q1 EPS of 34c, compared with analysts’ consensus estimate of 36c. The company’s revenue also came in lower than expected. Nuance said that its relationship with mobile customers has “become more… complex, which has resulted in delayed revenues in some cases.” Conversely, the company noted that its revenue rose 20% and its operating cash flow jumped 41% during the quarter, as a result of what it called strong performances by its health care, mobile and consumer, and imaging businesses. In a note to investors, FBR Capital said that Nuance’s miss appears to have been caused solely by the delay of several large, complex mobile deals. The firm sees the stock’s weakness as “a golden buying opportunity,” and believes Nuance’s fundamental outlook for FY12 is still very strong. In mid-morning trading, Nuance dropped $3.71, or 12.19%, to $26.74.

Stifel Nicolaus reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $27 to $32.

Activision Blizzard (NASDAQ:ATVI):

Brean Murray reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $15 to $16.

Cognex (NASDAQ:CGNX):

Needham reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $38 to $48.

RPC (NYSE:RES):

Dahlman Rose reiterated its rating of Hold for this company and changed its price target from $17 to $14.

Monmouth Real Estate (NYSE:MNR):

Wunderlich reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $12 to $10.

XL Capital (NYSE:XL):

FBR Capital reiterated its rating of Outperform for this company and changed its price target from $28 to $26.

Brooks Automation (NASDAQ:BRKS):

Needham reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $13 to $15.

Echelon (NASDAQ:ELON):

Needham reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $11 to $9.

Enersys (NYSE:ENS):

Needham reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $30 to $37. Ardour Capital reiterated its rating of Accumulate for this company and changed its price target from $31 to $38.

Belden (NYSE:BDC):

Longbow reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $42 to $46.

Am Superconductor (NASDAQ:AMSC):

Ardour Capital reiterated its rating of Hold for this company and changed its price target from $4.5 to $5.5.

Teradata (NYSE:TDC):

Mizuho reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $64 to $71.

Thoratec (NASDAQ:THOR):

Rodman & Renshaw reiterated its rating of Mkt Outperform for this company and changed its price target from $40 to $42.

Pharmacyclics (NASDAQ:PCYC):

Needham reiterated its rating of Buy for this company and changed its price target from $18 to $23.

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