Avon Products, Inc.

-$0.05 (-0.9%)
Closing price January 3, 2020
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Wednesday include Amazon.com, Applied Materials, Avon Products, CarMax, Micron Technology, Square and Whiting Petroleum.
Teva Pharmaceuticals, Qualcomm, Viacom, and Avon all posted new 52-week lows Tuesday.
Avon CEO Sheri McCoy will retire, Uber rented unsafe cars to its drivers in Singapore, Sports Illustrated will start a modeling agency, and other headlines.
Avon Products watched its shares hit a new all-time low on Thursday after the company offered a dull earnings report. Some are even calling for the CEO to step down.
Avon, Ensco, Southwestern Energy, and Nabors posted new 52-week lows on Tuesday.
Avon, Noble Corp., Fitbit, and Alexion Pharma posted new 52-week lows Friday.
Avon Products reported a surprise net loss for its first quarter before the markets opened Thursday.
Giddy investors continued pouring money into U.S. stocks last week, and insiders continued their steady purchases at companies where they work or have a large position on file.
Small cap stocks have not held up as well lately, but they are where investors can still find some potentially uncovered gems and extreme value.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Monday morning include AbbVie, Chevron, Home Depot, Nike, Qualcomm and VMware.
Does it matter that these stocks are all valued with what might be nose-bleed valuations? Does it matter that these are almost all trading above the consensus analyst price targets?
24/7 Wall St. has featured seven analyst upgrades or initiations with Buy and Outperform ratings for the week ending June 3.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Friday morning include Avon Products, Big Lots, Broadcom, Deere, Dish Network, Union Pacific and Yelp.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Tuesday morning include Arcelor Mittal, Chesapeake Energy, Domino's Pizza, Juniper Networks, 3M, QEP Resources, Starbucks and YuMe.
Avon Products announced Monday morning that it has reached an agreement with Barington Capital Group and a group of investors that will put an end to a threatened proxy fight.