Cameron International Corp (NYSE:CAM)

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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: AEP, Avon, Cameron, Deckers, LabCorp, Occidental and More

Stocks were indicated higher on Monday on the heels of a rough week and a down January. Investors are still deciding if this is the next correction or a buying ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Cameron, Dollar General, Genworth, Groupon, SunPower, Visa, Yahoo and More

Stocks were hit hard early Friday before the preliminary fourth-quarter gross domestic product reading. What has been observed over and over is that investors have bought the dips and pullbacks ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Crocs, Halliburton, Nuance, Staples, Yelp and More

Stocks were taking a steady breather going into the unemployment report after two major rallies in a row this week. What stands out is that investors keep proving that they will ...
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Why Credit Suisse Says Not to Buy Oil Service Stocks, Yet …

In the view of Credit Suisse, now is not the time to buy oilfield services (OFS) stocks because the downside risk is too great. The firm further detailed in the ...
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15 Companies With Over $1.2 Trillion in Backlog Orders

As reports continue to show strong labor markets and a return to GDP growth, many investors and economic watchers have to be wondering what the future growth story looks like ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alcoa, BofA, Boardwalk, Netflix, NBG, SanDisk and More

Stocks have recovered from their recent selling pressure, but now investors have to consider that a three-day weekend is here for all major markets in Europe and in North and ...
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Credit Suisse’s Top Stocks to Buy for a Difficult 2014

When the tide is rising across the board, one easy way for investors to make money is to go the simple route and buy an S&P 500 index fund. In ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Baker Hughes, Cameron, Cisco, Facebook, VeriSign and More

Stocks have retreated from their highs, and investors still want upside from the market while avoiding the next major sell-off. 24/7 Wall St. reviews many analyst research reports each morning ...
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Oppenheimer Institutional Portfolio Picks: Six Best Ideas for February

Most firms on Wall Street keep a very close eye on their highest ranked names and stocks to buy. They are also wary of giving investors a short time frame ...
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UBS Offers Top Oil Services Stocks to Buy Before Third-Quarter Earnings

As the U.S. oil industry drives toward becoming a net exporter of energy to the rest of the world, the top oil service stocks are poised to thrive. The oil ...
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Merrill Lynch on Oil Service Stocks: Mexico Oil Opportunity May Rival Middle East

In 2012 there were 1,139 onshore and 60 offshore wells drilled in Mexico, for about $8 billion of drilling and completion (D&C) spending. This includes about $1.7 billion in offshore ...
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Cowen Oil Service Stocks to Buy for International and Deepwater Exposure

Middle East instability has long been the geopolitical trigger for oil pricing. As tensions continue to rise in Egypt, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) has soared over the $103 level and ...
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Jefferies Oil Service Stocks to Buy as U.S. Produces More Oil Than It Imports

Government projections show that in September, for the first time in almost two decades, the United States will produce more oil than it imports. Nor will that be a fluke; ...
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Deutsche Bank Surprises With Higher Price Targets on Troubled Oil Service Stocks (DB, BHI, HAL, NBR, HERO, BAS, PTEN, CAM, WFT)

Despite reasonably consistent oil prices and an increasingly favorable overall tolerance for risk, the oil service sector had an ugly year in 2012. After a disastrous first half of the ...
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24/7 Wall St. Closing Bell — October 31, 2012: Markets Open Higher Only to Flatten Out (RVBD, S, UBS, D, VLO, BUD, MT, CAM, CNH, COCO, CMI, ETN, H, MA, PSX, CLX, WM, ALL, CZR, HTZ, MUR, APA, CVC, EXC, XOM, HCA, RGLD, F, WRC, PVH, WU)

U.S. equity markets re-opened for business in New York this morning after a two-day shutdown forced by Hurricane Sandy. Markets opened higher, but lost their energy by mid-morning. Asian markets ...
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