<strong>CARPHONE WAREHOUSE<br /></strong>Morgan Stanley upgrades its price target for Carphone Warehouse to 185p from 173p citing its decision to buy Tiscali&rsquo;s UK operations. It sees Carphone as an &ldquo;attractive&rdquo; investment, which remains one of the only retailers (alongside Debenhams) that it believes is undervalued by the market. It notes demerger plans are also now well advanced.<br /><br /><strong>EXPERIAN<br /></strong>JP Morgan initiates coverage of Experian at &ldquo;overweight&rdquo;. In spite of the weak economy hitting demand for its global information services, it notes its revenues have proved &ldquo;remarkably resilient&rdquo; and expects this to persist. It says buying the shares is an indirect way to benefit from eventual improvement in financial and credit markets, and its shares warrant a premium.<br /><br /><strong>TOMKINS<br /></strong>Credit Suisse advises buying into engineer Tomkins post its recent trading update and any resulting share price weakness. It sees its valuation as &ldquo;attractive&rdquo; and expects it to respond early to any improvement in the economic background. It says even in a worst-case outcome on US carmakers Chrysler and GM&rsquo;s situations, Tomkins should not be effected.<br /><br />To appear in Best of the Brokers email your research to <strong></strong>