Piper downgrades McDonald's on CEO firing: 'Changes of this magnitude tend to be disruptive'

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Piper Jaffray said it is being cautious on McDonald's stock after its CEO's sudden departure. 

The firm downgraded McDonald's to neutral from overweight and slashed its price target to $195 from $224 per share. 

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