Here are Friday's biggest calls on Wall Street: Stifel downgrades Twilio to hold from buy Stifel downgraded the communications company after its disappointing earnings report on Thursday. "We are downgrading TWLO shares to Hold and reducing our target price from $200 to $90. While total revenue and non-GAAP operating margin beat during the quarter, the company offered an outlook for 3Q22 that came in below consensus on the top and bottom lines." Read more about this call here. JPMorgan downgrades Hyzon Motors to underweight from overweight JPMorgan said it sees a loss of early mover advantage for the maker of hydrogen fuel cell-powered commercial vehicles. "Downgrading to Underweight on Subpar Internal Controls, Operational Inefficiencies & Loss of Early Mover Advantage." Barclays initiates Sunrun as overweight Barclays said sees Sunrun and Sunnova as best positioned due to "recurring revenue streams and a more visible road to recovery." "Within residential solar we see installers NOVA and RUN as best positioned. Both have recurring revenue streams and a more visible road to recovery, with the federal income tax credit potentially being upped and extended to 30%, from the 26% today that was slated to drop to 10% over the next 17 months.' Read more about this call here. JPMorgan downgrades Paramount to neutral from overweight JPMorgan said in its downgrade of the stock that it sees softer direct-to-consumer revenue. "Today we downgrade Paramount to Underweight from Neutral with a $25 price target due to softer DTC revenue and higher losses this year, as well as an expectation of weakening EBITDA and cash flow over the next year." Susquehanna downgrades Twitter to neutral from positive Susquehanna downgraded Twitter due to too much uncertainty and negative catalysts. "We are downgrading TWTR to Neutral given the pending takeover, associated uncertainty and disruption, recent financial results and limited visibility into business trends." Truist downgrades Virgin Galactic to sell from hold Truist downgraded Virgin due to cash burn and more flight delays. "Additionally, cash burn continues to grow amid higher R & D. We currently model for the company to burn through its $1.1B cash balance by 3Q24 and yesterday's $300M stock distribution agreement points to further dilutive equity offerings. Amid a lack of operational activity and supply chain risks we move to SELL." Read more about this call here. Deutsche Bank downgrades Ingersoll Rand to hold from buy Deutsche said it sees no near-term positive catalysts for the industrial stock. "Our decision to downgrade IR to Hold is in no way indicative of a change in our view about the high quality nature of the company or the strength of its medium to long-term strategy." Wedbush downgrades Zillow to neutral from outperform Wedbush said there may be softening business trends for Zillow. "While we are favorable on ZG 's net cash balance sheet and the long-term partnership with OPEN announced yesterday (8/4), we cannot avoid the fact that both of ZG's primary business lines, IMT (internet, media and technology) and mortgage, and ancillary lines like closing and title are facing softer trends in the near term." Credit Suisse downgrades Duke Energy to neutral from outperform Credit Suisse said there'