Stocks to Watch: Disney, Agilent and More ...

Friday, 12 Nov 2010 | 11:00 AM ET
Six in 60
Six in 60

Stocks drifted lower after an initial bounce on an upbeat consumer sentiment reading as investors worried about slower growth in China and debt troubles in Ireland and Portugal.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 60 points a day after stocks slumped in the wake of Cisco's disappointing earnings.

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

Walt Disney Co
The entertainment company's price target was raised to $37 from $35 dollars at UBS. The firm noted solid ad growth and better than expected revenues at the parks. The shares were up about 5 percent Friday.


National Semiconductor Corp

The semiconductor company was downgraded to hold from buy at Citi.


Agilent Technologies Inc
The medical equipment company was trading at levels not seen since June 2008. The shares up more than 3 percent Friday.


Dollar Tree, Inc
The discount retailer was downgraded to equal-weight from overweight at Barclays Capital.


WatsonPharmaceuticals Inc
The pharmaceutical company was trading at levels not seen since September 2008.


WellPoint Health
The health care provider was initiated buy with a $69 price target at Jefferies.


Get the latest stock picks on the CNBC Stock Blog, and see what analysts and others are watching before the bell each day at Analyst Watch.

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