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Stock News: Analyst Moves for October 29 - AME, DPZ, SIG & More

Ani G Oct 29, 2015


Prior to the opening bell today, a few big-name dividend stocks were subject to analyst moves. The most important shifts of the day are highlighted below.


1. Ametek Inc. Upgraded by BofA/Merrill Lynch


BofA/Merrill Lynch upgraded Ametek Inc. (AME ) from Neutral to Buy, with a price target of $62. Shares of Ametek Inc. closed at $54.22 yesterday. The company pays an annual dividend of 36 cents (paid quarterly) and has a yield of 0.66%.


2. Domino’s Pizza Upgraded by Goldman Sachs


Goldman Sachs upgraded Domino’s Pizza (DPZ ) from Buy to Conviction Buy. Shares of Domino’s Pizza closed at $109.71 yesterday. The company pays an annual dividend of $1.24 (paid quarterly) and has a yield of 1.13%.


3. Signet Jewelers Upgraded by Goldman Sachs


Goldman Sachs upgraded Signet Jewelers (SIG ) from Buy to Conviction Buy. Shares of Signet Jewelers closed at $149.47 yesterday. The company pays an annual dividend of 88 cents (paid quarterly) and has a yield of 0.59%.


4. Realty Income Downgraded by UBS


UBS downgraded Realty Income (O ) from Neutral to Sell, with a price target of $46 (from $47). Shares of Realty Income closed at $50.60 yesterday. The company pays an annual dividend of $2.29 (paid quarterly) and has a yield of 4.52%.


5. Dollar General Downgraded by Goldman Sachs


Goldman Sachs downgraded Dollar General (DG ) from Conviction Buy to Buy. Shares of Dollar General closed at $67.48 yesterday. The company pays an annual dividend of 22 cents (paid quarterly) and has a yield of 0.33%.

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