Here are Tuesday’s greatest get in touch with Wall Street on Tuesday: Bank of America restates Netflix as buy Bank of America raised its rate target on the stock to $490 per share from $410 and stated it’s bullish on the business’s password crackdown. “Last week, multiple third-party data firms indicated Netflix’s password sharing crackdown was tracking better than expectations. We believe this will drive upward estimate revisions across the Street. Goldman Sachs upgrades Devon Energy to buy from neutral Goldman said the energy company’s valuation is attractive. “We upgrade Devon Energy to Buy from Neutral offered (a) FCF inflection from expense deflation, (b) appealing appraisal following underperformance and (c) appealing capital returns.” Read more about this call here. Bank of America reiterates Salesforce as buy Bank of America said Salesforce is emerging as an “AI winner.” “AI Cloud offerings might end up being additive to subs by Q4. We went to Salesforce’s AI day practically [yesterday]. … Many of the items are still in beta or pilot mode and are arranged to be released June through February.” Atlantic Equities downgrades PayPal to neutral from overweight Atlantic Equities said the payments stock has too many “essential obstacles.” “There seem no fast repairs to PayPal’ s branded market share or deal margins, inconveniencing to see what actions will reignite financier interest in the stock near-term, even from brand-new management, so we transfer to the sidelines with a Neutral score.” JPMorgan downgrades First Horizon to neutral from overweight JPMorgan said First Horizon’s “incomes power [is] dealing with headwinds.” “While the business did a great task of holding the franchise together throughout the prolonged duration it was waiting on the deal with TD to move on, we ignored the financier day sensation that the incomes power of the franchise would be challenged over the near-term with costs most likely to perform at a raised speed a minimum of through 2024.” Read more about this call here. Piper Sandler upgrades Assurant to overweight from neutral Piper said it sees an attractive entry point for the stock. “We likewise think AIZ has actually done a great task at much better level-setting expectations for ’23 EBITDA development that establishes a beat and raise story near term as cost savings from its cost-cutting program in addition to prices boost efforts start to bear more fruit.” Deutsche Bank reiterates Block as buy Deutsche said the payments company is a market share gainer. “We think SQ will continue to take market share in its significant company sectors and we discover the shares wonderfully valued.” Morgan Stanley initiates BAE Systems as buy Morgan Stanley said the aerospace and defense company has an “appealing capital implementation policy.” “Within our protection, we keep in mind Overweight-ranked BAE Systems has the greatest direct exposure to the United States market, representing 44% of 2022 sales.” Canaccord initiates Roblox as buy Canaccord said the social media gaming platform is “special.” ” Roblox started as a video gaming center for young kids including blocky avatars and simple video games constructed by enthusiasts, however with time the platform has actually progressed to turn into one of the leading locations for immersive video gaming and social interactions in consistent virtual worlds.” Loop upgrades Ulta to buy from hold Loop said the “high-end brand name growth represents a multi-year similar sales development motorist.” “Finally, our company believe the current uptick in diminish will dissipate with time and note Ulta Beauty produces strong complimentary capital, which management regularly goes back to its investors through share repurchases.” Read more about this call here. HSBC upgrades Stone & PagSegero to buy from hold HSBC said Stone and PagSeguro are “getting ready for lower rates.” “With rates of interest cuts possibly on the horizon, we discover payment acquirers as the most delicate in our protection.” Morgan Stanley reiterates Tesla as overweight Morgan Stanley said it expects Tesla to build a “major captive funding subsidiary as the marketplace grows.” “We believe financiers ought to get ready for Tesla to start constructing a big major captive funding subsidiary as the marketplace grows, to assist in the possible individual retirement account leasing guidelines (which might end up being a significant motorist) and a number of other elements.” Morgan Stanley upgrades Urban Outfitters to overweight from equal weight Morgan Stanley said in its upgrade of the stock that it has an attractive valuation. “We upgrade URBN to Overweight on its appealing ’23e set-up vs. peers & low relative appraisal.” Read more about this call here. Goldman Sachs upgrades Oracle to neutral from sell Goldman upgraded the stock after its better-than-expected earnings report. “We credit Oracle for being among the longest standing software application business in the market, with scaled companies throughout all layers of the innovation stack.” Goldman Sachs reiterates FedEx as buy Goldman said it’s standing by its buy rating on FedEx heading into earnings next week. “In our view, a concentrate on expense decrease development ought to be the most essential centerpiece in coming quarters, particularly as volumes might stay under pressure in the near term.” UBS downgrades Apple to neutral from buy UBS said downgraded the stock due to “softer iPhone and services development.” “We are downgrading Apple shares to Neutral from Buy offered consistent softness in industrialized markets and information that shows development is most likely to stay under pressure.” Read more about this call here.