Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AMC Networks, Aurora Cannabis, Dropbox, General Electric, Kimberly-Clark, Live Nation, Petrobras and Snowflake.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Akamai Technologies, Beyond Meat, Broadcom, Dow, Morgan Stanley, Plug Power, TripAdvisor and Zoom Video Communications.
These are not the only losers after earnings, but these are the big movers to the downside that also have seen active trading on Friday after the first hour or so of the day.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Monday include AECOM, Ciena, Evoqua Water Tech, Funko, GlaxoSmithKline and Square.
After nine companies raised a combined $2.1 billion in the IPO market last week, another 10 are chasing a total of $2 billion in the week ahead.
The IPO calendar is loaded again for the coming week following six successful offerings last week. Nine firms are looking for investments totaling about $2 billion.
Altair Engineering, a provider of enterprise-class engineering software, has amended its filing with the SEC regarding its initial public offering.
Intel now has something in common with oil — both traded under $30.00 on Friday. 24/7 Wall St. wanted to see how the analyst community really views Intel in 2016 and beyond.
Intel ended 2015 down 2.2%, including its dividend adjustments. It should be noted that 2014 was an incredible year for Intel, so 2015 may have been a readjustment year.
The top 10 S&P performers mostly have share prices that rose more than 50% last year. The list also contains many companies run by their founders.
If you are surprised about Intel announcing that it has hiked its dividend again, you haven't been reading 24/7 Wall St. long enough.
24/7 Wall St. has a thought here that should seriously be considered, and it comes with an up-front admission that the odds of success would seem to be very low.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include AMD, Apple, Dollar General, Noble Energy and Oracle.
Source: courtesy of Intel Corp.Intel Corp. (NASDAQ: INTC) may have a game changer on its hands with the acquisition of Altera Corp. (NASDAQ: ALTR) now finalized. The $54 per share offer is for $16.7...
AMD has been struggling to turn a profit over the past few years. There are very few reasons to be optimistic about the company's prospects at the moment.