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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Alphabet, BofA, Chipotle, Cognex, Dollar General, NOV, SAP, Southwest Air, Western Digital, Yum China and More

Stocks were indicated to have a mixed open on Tuesday after mixed earnings with Alphabet worse but GE better. The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq have both been challenging new ...
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Major News Impacting Top Aluminum Players

Sometimes bad news for one company (or a country) is great news for another company. That's the case for Alcoa Corp. (NYSE: AA) and some other aluminum players on Wednesday. ...
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Chinese Credit Crisis Fears Pounding China ETFs and ADRs

If you think that the United States is down, the move was even worse in China. Barron's took its shot at a coming credit crisis in China over the weekend, ...
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Commodity Watch: Stirring the Aluminum Pot (AA, CENX, AWC, KALU, NOR, ACH, KO, GS, RIO, JJU)

Aluminum prices climbed by more than 10% from January through April this year, to rise above $1.22/pound before losing all it had gained and returning to about $1.10/pound. At today's ...
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Chinese Accounting Woes Move Up To Large Caps (ACH, AA, CEO, CHU, RENN, LFT, ABAT, CCME, SHZ)

Can any accounting out of China be trusted?  This is what prudent investors have to start asking themselves.  Since early this year a new report comes out nearly every week ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades & Downgrades (ACH, ARW, HBAN, KIRK, MPEL, PETM, PHM SINA, STLD)

Live from the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, or what is left of it, outside the NYSE Euronext HQ in Amsterdam... No Rembrandt, no Dutch East India Company, and not even Van ...
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Commodities Watch: Gold & Silver Continue Surge; Oil Tops $111; Corn Prices Also Rising Again; Positive Outlook for Aluminum (GLD, SLV, USO, CORN, MOO, AA, JJU, CENX, AWC, KALU, NOR, ACH)

Time for our daily look at the world of commodity prices and key developments. This Friday brings gold and silver, corn prices on the rise, and even a positive read ...
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Alcoa Not Weighing On Aluminum Sector (AA, ACH, RS, CENX, NOR, KALU)

Alcoa Inc. (NYSE: AA) was the first component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average to report earnings.  Last night's report was actually above estimates on earnings even if revenues were ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades (ACH, ATHR, EAT, CTV, FSLR, ICE, MPEL, NAT, PNRA, SFL, TRV, TK)

These are some of this Tuesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades, and initiations seen in Wall Street research calls. Aluminum Corp Of China (NYSE: ACH) Cut to Undeweight at JPMorgan. Atheros ...
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Alcoa Clears A Very Low Bar (AA, ACH, CENX, KALU)

Alcoa, Inc. (NYSE: AA) managed to beat earnings estimates from continuing operations, if you can imagine.  The aluminum giant, and first of the DJIA 30 components to report earnings, reported ...
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Rio Tinto Boosts Iron Ore Production But Faces Speed Bumps

During the first quarter of 2010, Rio Tinto plc (NYSE:RTP) boosted production of iron ore by 39% compared with the same period last year. The primary driver, as expected, is China, where ...
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52-Week High Club (AA, CVX, MMR, EXXI, SNI)

Aluminum Corp. of China Limited (NYSE: ACH) rose over 5.7% to a yearly high of $34.27 after the company rose alumina prices for the second time in a week.  Alcoa ...
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Goldman Sachs Downgrades Rio Tinto plc (RTP) to Sell

Goldman Sachs downgrades Rio Tinto plc (NYSE: RTP) from Hold to Sell citing problematic debt and forecasted losses in the aluminum division for the next two years.   The firm ...
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Anglo American is Digging a Big Hole (AAUK, RTP, ACH, AU, ABX, NEM)

The bigger they are, the more noise they make when they fall. British miner Anglo American plc (NASDAQ:AAUK) has canceled its dividend for the fourth quarter, suspended its $4 billion ...
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Memo To Asia Investors: Big Pressure At The Open

Market in Japan and China should expect big pressure at the open on concerns over US credit markets, a lending freeze in China, and rising oil prices. .Shanghai, Hong Kong, ...
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