The European Central Bank has reportedly broken its own rule, which could spell trouble for Spain.
Weyerhaeuser is upgraded to 'outperform,' and Hasbro is downgraded to 'sell.'
Sprint is downgraded to 'underperform,' and UPS is downgraded to 'sector perform.'
Roche is upgraded to 'overweight,' while GlaxoSmithKline is downgraded to 'underweight.'
Research In Motion is initiated with an 'equal weight,' and Agrium is initiated with an 'overweight.'
Despite the drought, these companies are set to benefit from a long-term global boom in agriculture.
Stocks are mixed as investors await the release of minutes from June's Federal Reserve meeting.
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