In Monday's Analysts' Actions, Yahoo gets lowered to NEUTRAL while Walgreens and Finish Line are downgraded to EQUAL WEIGHT. Yahoo (YHOO) was downgraded at Bank of America after Alibaba's debut on the New York Stock Exchange Friday. The firm is now rating Yahoo a NEUTRAL from BUY saying it's no longer the best way to get exposure to Alibaba. The price target however was raised to $46 from $40. Barclays downgraded Walgreens (WAG) to EQUAL WEIGHT from OVERWEIGHT and dropped its price target to $68 from $92. The firm says the drugstore giant's earnings guidance is no longer as conservative as it once seemed. Finish Line (FINL) is now lowered to an EQUAL WEIGHT rating at Morgan Stanley. The firm is maintaining its $34 dollar price target. The reduced rating comes from concerns the retailer could be facing market share losses.
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