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Merrill Lynch Makes a Huge Change to Prestigious US 1 Portfolio

With earnings for the third quarter on deck, and the fourth quarter of 2016 almost underway, many of the top companies we follow on Wall Street are making some changes ...
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4 Dividend Stocks That Likely Could Survive a Market Crash

September will be over this week, but the other month that can sometimes prove dangerous is on deck. October has been notorious when it comes to big sell-offs, and while ...
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Deutsche Bank Still Has 5 Top Pick Utilities to Buy Now

Wednesday came and went pretty much as expected. The Federal Reserve didn’t raise interest rates, but it was pretty clear that a rate increase could be in the cards in December. ...
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Why Deutsche Bank Still Loves These 3 Utilities Stocks

One thing is for sure on Wall Street, it takes two to have a horse-race, and there is never any lack of viewpoints when it comes to sectors and stocks. ...
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Merrill Lynch Likes 3 Top Utility Stocks Into Q2 Earnings

Even though the utility sector has totally blown away other S&P 500 sectors this year, and many of the stocks in the sector are very pricey, the run may not be ...
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Merrill Lynch Out With Top US Stock Picks for Q3

While the expectations for the second-quarter earnings season are hardly elevated, and many companies are expected to use the Brexit as a reason for perhaps lowering forward guidance, one thing ...
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Deutsche Bank Has 4 Utility Stocks to Buy as Interest Rates Stay Low

Everybody was positive as the Federal Reserve began raising interest rates back in December that the rates would slowly but surely start to rise. The fact of the matter is the ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alibaba, Amazon, BofA, Cypress Semi, Flextronics, JC Penney, Lululemon, Microsoft and More

Stocks were indicated to have a strong open on Friday after Japan cut its interest rates into negative territory to follow Europe on easing trends and quantitative easing. This was ...
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Merrill Lynch’s Top Dividend Alpha US Stocks Picks for the Rest of 2016

At 24/7 Wall St. we cover all the major firms on Wall Street with a pretty close eye, and not only do we track their individual stocks and sector selections, ...
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With Interest Rates Going Nowhere, Deutsche Bank Favors Utilities

After years of outperformance following the crash in 2007-2008 and the ensuing Great Recession, the utility sector was like a warm blanket to frigid cold investors. Solid dividends and a ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Banco Santander, Box, GM, Illumina, JPMorgan, Noble and Many More

Stocks were indicated to open higher on Monday despite another 5% drop in Shanghai. Last week's sell-off was the worst opening week for stocks in our lifetimes, but we cannot ...
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Beyond Interest Rate Hikes, Problems or Contrarian Dream for Utilities Stocks?

The utilities sector has been one of the key sources for income investors to get dividends. 24/7 Wall St. once went as far as to say that utilities had become "the ...
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Merrill Lynch Out With Top 10 Stock Picks for 2016

It’s that time of year again, when all the top firms that we cover here at 24/7 Wall St. start to make their stock picks and prognostications for 2016. ...
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NextEra Energy Offers Equity Units; NextEra Energy Partners Issues 35 Million New Units

Electricity utility NextEra Energy Inc. (NYSE: NEE) announced Thursday that it intends to sell $700 million of equity units priced at $50 each. Proceeds of approximately $692 million will be ...
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Are Solar Energy Yieldcos Worth More Than Investors Think?

As the price of crude oil has dropped more than 50% since last year at this time, the stock prices of producers like Exxon, Chevron and Apache have fallen by ...
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