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The maker of performance apparel knows what it takes to succeed.
Johnson Controls is upgraded to 'buy,' and Janney Capital is initiating apparel companies.
Toyota is upgraded to 'overweight' at Barclays; News Corp. is downgraded to 'neutral' at Citigroup.
Clothing makers are showing signs of strength, but fresh uptrends could depend on action in the major indexes in the coming weeks.
Novo Nordisk is downgraded to 'sell,' and IBM is downgraded to 'neutral.'
Nordstrom is upgraded to 'buy' at Goldman, while AT&T and Verizon are downgraded to 'neutral' at RW Baird.
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