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Six in 60 Seconds: Dreamworks, Alcon and More...

Six in 60
Six in 60

Stocks declined Wednesday after a weak durable-goods report and disappointing earnings report from Boeing.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down more than 20 points after four straight gains.

Boeing was the biggest drag on the Dow after the aerospace giant reported its profit fell in the latest quarter amid lower commercial-plane deliveries and defense revenue and higher taxes. The company also issued a disappointing outlook.

So which individual stocks are worth watching today? Here are six that are on the move: Dreamworks Animation
The animated movies producer was upgraded to overweight from neutral at Piper Jaffray.

The medical supplies company was downgraded to market perform from outperform at Wells Fargo.

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The trucking company was upgraded to buy from hold at BB&T Capital Markets.


Range Resources
The natural gas producer was downgraded to hold from buy at Canaccord Genuity.


Nasdaq OMX Group
The investment services company was upgraded to buy from hold at Stifel Nicolaus with a price target of $23.


Noble Corp.
The oil equipment company was downgraded to underweight from overweight at Morgan Stanley, and its price target was cut from $55 to $35.


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