(Changes source, adds details) May 26 (Reuters) - Prudential on Friday raised its rating on General Motors Corp. to "overweight" from "neutral weight" and said near-term catalysts for the automaker should be "substantially" more positive than negative. The brokerage also raised its price target on GM to $31 from $23, saying the company's attrition program was likely to save $1 per share more than expected. Shares of the company closed at $27.90 Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange. ...
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