Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Chevron, Citigroup, Costco, Intel, Kinross Gold, Southwest Airlines, Take-Two Interactive Software, Teladoc, Teradyne, Vale and Workhorse.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Abbott Laboratories, Antero Midstream, C3.ai, Equitrans Midstream, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, iQIYI, Johnson & Johnson, Opendoor Technologies,...
EV stocks were losing some of their recent gains, and one biotech has announced a new federal investigation.
Rivian's blockbuster IPO on Wednesday lifted the shares of virtually every EV maker. Even legacy carmakers got a boost.
Here are three companies scheduled to report quarterly results before markets open on Tuesday.
A solid jobs report early Friday morning set the tone for trading through the noon hour. More stock prices were rising instead of falling, even among the meme stocks we track.
Meme stocks were lagging along with the broad market, as we all wait to hear the results from the Fed's two-day meeting.
One of the original meme stocks traded up by as much as 80% after markets closed Tuesday, following a series of announcements that could have triggered a short squeeze.
With all major indexes down for the day, it's no surprise that losers outnumber winners among the meme stocks we cover.
Meme stocks are following the overall market again Wednesday, with more gainers than losers as of midday.
A new name for an old meme stock favorite and a potential new player in the meme stock universe.
On a day when the major equity indexes were trading moderately higher, meme stocks were mostly following the crowd.
The latest data on short selling and meme stocks indicates that short sellers have been creamed so far this year, thanks mainly to a couple of bad weeks in January and February.
24/7 Wall St. looks at some big analyst upgrades and downgrades that we have seen so far on Wednesday, including BioNTech, Livent, Unity Software, United Airlines, Workhorse and more.
COVID-19 vaccine co-developer BioNTech reports June quarter earnings before markets open Monday morning. So do two hot stocks in Cathie Wood's ETF portfolio.