In Monday's Analysts' Actions, TheStreet highlights calls on United Continental Holdings Inc (UAL), Walmart Stores (WMT), and LendingClub Corp (LC). Analysts at Raymond James made calls on United and Walmart. The firm downgraded shares of United Continental to OUTPERFORM from STRONG BUY. Analysts also reduced their price target to $69 from $82 on muted pricing recovery. Walmart (WMT) had its rating raised to a STRONG BUY from an OUTPERFORM rating by analysts at Raymond James. The firm issued a price target of $86, saying Walmart shares offer more reward than risk at current levels. And finally, analysts at Pacific Crest Securities upgraded shares of peer-to-peer lending company LendingClub. The firm upgraded the company to OVERWEIGHT from SECTOR WEIGHT with a $23 price target. TheStreet's Kurumi Fukushima reports in New York.
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