Stocks Downgrades: GEDU, LDK, CASY, GTE, QCOM
Tuesday, March 08, 2022 11:50 AM

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Stocks just moved another leg higher. That puts all three major equity averages at their best levels of the day. Meanwhile, financials remain comfortably out in front of the broader market. The sector is now up 2.3 percent.


Piper Jaffray downgraded Global Education & Technology (Nasdaq: GEDU) to neutral from overweight, citing increased spending, lack of near-term catalysts, and valuation. The company’s net revenues increased 40.4 percent year-over-year to RMB345.6 million ($52.4 million) from RMB246.2 million in fiscal year 2009. The stock is trading down 23.64 percent at $5.91.

LDK Solar (NYSE: LDK) has been downgraded by Collins Stewart to sell from neutral on concerns that policy changes in Italy will drive a low-demand environment. The firm lowered its price target for shares to $9.50 from $12. LDK is currently trading at $12, down 1.48 percent.

Analysts at Feltl have downgraded Casey's (Nasdaq: CASY) to buy from strong buy, citing disappointing Q3 results. The company’s quarterly profit missed market expectations by 13 cents as higher commodity and operating costs pulled down margins, sending its shares down more than 6 percent in extended trade. The shares of the company are trading down at $ 36.84, by 9.15 percent.

Gran Tierra Energy (AMEX: GTE) has been downgraded to neutral from outperform by analysts at Macquarie, citing disappointing Kanatari-1 well results. GTE is trading down 2.74 percent at $8.53.

BMO Capital downgraded Qualcomm (Nasdaq: QCOM) to market perform from outperform and lowered estimates citing valuation and weakness at Nokia, Sony Ericsson, the Japanese OEM's and other tablet makers. The stock is trading low at $57.11, by 0.82 percent.



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