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Stocks to Watch: TJX, Mattel, Whole Foods and More...

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Monday, 11 Jul 2011 | 12:13 PM ET
Six in 60
Six in 60

Stocks tumbled across the board Monday pressured by Friday’s weak nonfarm payrolls report, which reignited fears of a slowdown and as Italian debt fears spooked markets.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled at the open after ending lower on Friday, but closing higher for the second week.

Here are six stocks that are on the move:

TJX Companies
The apparel retailer was upgraded to overweight from equal-weight at Barclays Capital. The firm also raised estimates and increased the price target to $64 from $56.

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Mattel
The toymaker's estimates were reduced at BMO Capital citing weak consumer demand.

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Whole Foods
The grocer was upgraded to conviction buy from neutral at Goldman Sachs.

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Advanced Micro
The microprocessor manufacturer was downgraded to underperform from market perform at JMP Securities.

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Fossil
The clothing & accessory maker's price target was raised to $150 from $110 at JP Morgan.

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Hess Corp
The energy company was removed from the short-term buy list at Deutsche Bank.

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