BMO downgrades Tyson to 'market perform'

by Meat&Poultry Staff
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NEW YORK – In a research report issued on Jan. 18, analysts with BMO Capital Markets downgraded its rating of Tyson Foods (NYSE Symbol: TSN) from “outperform” to “market perform.”

This report comes nine days after Davenport analysts downgraded Tyson shares of Tyson Foods from “buy” to a “neutral” rating in a note to investors. Analysts at Zacks currently have a $21 target on Tyson stock after issuing a Dec. 14 note to investors rating the stock “neutral.”
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