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Stocks to Watch: Amazon, KB Home and More ...

Six in 60
Six in 60

Stocks traded mixed early Monday following two weeks of gains as President Barack Obama announced his 2012 budget plan.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 25 points after ending last week higher following Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's decision to step down.

Verizon, Wal-Mart and Merck led blue chips lower, while Alcoa and General Electric rose.

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

Amazon.com Inc
The online retailer's price target raised to $230 from $210 at Caris & Company. The firm saw higher shipments of the kindle.

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KB Home
The homebuilder was downgraded to market perform from strong buy at Raymond James. The shares were down about 3 percent.

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Expedia Inc
The online travel company was upgraded to positive from neutral at Susquehanna.

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Wal-Mart Store Inc
The broadline retailer was cut to neutral from overweight at JP Morgan. The firm also cut the price target to $54 from $59.

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Under Armour, Inc
The apparel and footwear company striked a big deal with former Auburn Quarterback, Cam Newton.

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Express Inc
The clothing retailer was downgraded to neutral from buy at Goldman Sachs

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