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Stocks to Watch: Symantec, RIM and More ...

Six in 60
Six in 60

Stocks continued to sink on little news and a day after selling off after economic reports on jobs and manufacturing confirmed worries the economy is slowing.

The Dow Jones Industrial Averagewas more than 70 points lower, with Hewlett-Packard , Alcoa , and 3M leading the blue-chips down.

The S&P 500 and Nasdaqwere lower. The key S&P 500 sectors were all lower, led by industrials, energy and telecom.

So which individual stocks are worth watching today? Here are six that are on the move:

As the cloud computing firm was beating the street and boosting its outlook, a number of rirms raised their price targets on the stock, including ISI Group, saying the stock could hit $125 a share, and Caris and Kaufman saying $120.

The technology company was downgraded to hold from buy at Jefferies.

The software company was upgraded to buy from neutral at UBS. The price target remains at $16.


Boyd Gaming
The gaming company was downgraded to sell from buy at Argus Research.


Royal Bank of Canada
The bank was initiated outperform with a $60 price target at KBW.


Research in Motion
The BlackBerry maker was downgraded to underweight from overweight at Morgan Stanley.


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