Kraft Foods is upgraded to 'overweight,' and VeriFone is downgraded to 'sell.'
Political uncertainty in Europe and allegations of bribery at Wal-Mart kick the week off on a sour note.
Lennar and First Solar are downgraded, while AstraZeneca is upgraded.
A surge of buyout activity could produce more frenzied deals.
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The generics drugmaker plans to tackle AstraZeneca's blockbuster antipsychotic drug Seroquel next.
The company faces a revenue loss as one of its blockbuster drugs, Singulair, loses patent protection this year.
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