<strong>VODAFONE</strong><br />UBS raised its price target for Vodafone to 130p, saying the firm will benefit from UK market repair, a stronger euro and moves in listed/non-controlled assets. The broker removed its short-term &ldquo;sell&rdquo; and moved the stock to &ldquo;neutral&rdquo; saying there are few short-term catalysts for underperformance due to a lack of sector results.<br /><br /><strong>DS SMITH</strong><br />A better-than-expected first quarter performance from DC Smith had led Goldman Sachs to increase its 2010 earnings forecast by five per cent and 2011 by four per cent. The broker remains &ldquo;neutral&rdquo; on the packaging firm&rsquo;s shares, with a 116p target price, noting that the company remains cautious regarding demand in its market sectors and input cost increases.<br /><br /><strong>IMAGINATION TECHNOLOGIES</strong><br />Evolution Securities said that the surge in Imagination&rsquo;s share value has priced much expectation into the stock, but that 2009 will see a ramp in royalty revenues that could lead to forecast upgrades. The broker initiated coverage with a &ldquo;buy&rdquo; recommendation, saying that the firm&rsquo;s recent entry to the FTSE 250 has put it on the radar of new potential investors.