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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: BP, Exxon, Exelon, Home Depot, Sirius XM, McDonald’s, Disney and More

Stocks were indicated higher after a couple days of selling. The one trend that remains in place is that investors buy stocks whenever there is a pullback. 24/7 Wall St. ...
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The 5 NYSE Stocks With the Highest Short Interest in February

Surges in short interest between the January 30 and February 13 settlement dates lifted Pfizer and Verizon Communications into the top five most shorted stocks on the New York Stock ...
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The 5 NYSE Stocks With the Most Shares Short

The stocks at the top of the list of most shorted on the New York Stock Exchange saw rising short interest between the January 15 and January 30 settlement dates. ...
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The 5 Most Shorted NYSE Stocks in Early January

Advanced Micro Devices has disappeared from among the most shorted stocks on the New York Stock Exchange, but that was because its listing moved to the Nasdaq. Taking its place, ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Altria, Bank of America, Intel, SanDisk, Viacom, Time Warner and More

After a long holiday weekend, investors return to a shortened trading week with the markets looking firmly poised to make a move higher on Tuesday. With over half of the ...
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The 5 Best Big Utilities of 2014 That Still Have Value in 2015

As we get closer to ringing in the New Year, investors are looking ahead to 2015. The utilities sector has performed strongly over the course of 2014 and makes a ...
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The 5 Most Shorted New York Stock Exchange Stocks in Mid-December

Among the most shorted stocks on the New York Stock Exchange, short sellers fled Kinder Morgan between the November 28 and December 15 settlement dates, nearly dropping it out of ...
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The 5 Most Heavily Shorted Stocks on the New York Stock Exchange

The most heavily shorted stocks on the New York Stock Exchange between the November 14 and November 28 settlement dates saw rising short interest, particularly Kinder Morgan and Vale, which ...
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How Credit Suisse Views Utilities for 2015 and Beyond

Regulated utilities received a lot of generalist analyst calls to outperform near the end of the third quarter. Credit Suisse’s Dan Eggers revisited what makes the bullish case for regulated utilities ...
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5 High-Yielding Utility Stocks to Buy for Continued Low Interest Rates

The narrative on Wall Street for some time has been that the Federal Reserve, which will finish the quantitative easing bond purchases this month, would raise rates in the summer ...
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5 High-Profile Stocks With Upcoming Catalysts This Week

Although third-quarter earnings reporting is starting to wind down this week, many top companies are still set to post numbers, and some have additional catalysts that could drive share prices ...
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Sprint Drops From the 5 Most Shorted NYSE Stocks

The five most shorted stocks on the New York Stock Exchange at the September 30 settlement date saw rising short interest during the two-week period. Sprint was the exception, with ...
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AbbVie Joins the 5 Most Shorted NYSE Stocks

Overall, there was little movement among the most shorted stocks on the New York Stock Exchange between the August 29 and September 15 settlement dates, other than a surge in ...
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Sprint Joins the 5 Most Shorted NYSE Stocks

Surges in short interest between the August 15 and August 29 settlement dates pushed Sprint into the top five and Kinder Morgan into the top 10 most shorted stocks on ...
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5 Utility Stocks That May Win From the New EPA Carbon Ruling

Recent rulings on plant emissions of carbon dioxide by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are proving to be a lot more stringent than originally thought. Worse for consumers is that ...
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