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The tech-heavy Nasdaq is firmly in bear market territory. Yet, its highest-yielding stocks have solid defensive qualities and are offering patient investors some of the best entry points in years and...
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included, Apple, Caterpillar, Comcast, Comerica, Gilead Sciences, Intel, Lululemon Athletica and McDonald's.
Here is our look at what to expect from three stocks set to report results after markets close on Thursday.
Institutional interest in these five top stocks has grown. They all pay solid and dependable dividends and have support from some of the top Wall Street firms, making them excellent ideas for what...
After a dreadful start to 2022, the market has perked up some, with the big tech stocks leading the way. These seven Buy-rated stocks in the sector also pay solid and dependable dividends.
Analysts at Jefferies have a dividend playbook for the rest of 2022. They consider these eight blue-chip stock picks in a variety of sectors to have "rock solid" dividends that are unlikely to be cut...
While income and growth investors may not look to the Nasdaq for total return, there are some gems in the index that make sense for investors now. The five highest-yielding Nasdaq stocks now offer...
Analysts at Credit Suisse have updated their outlook on semiconductor equipment stocks, along with a look at the semiconductor makers themselves, and how the two industries could perform over the...
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.
Here's a wrap-up of recent news from Ukraine.
Thursday afternoon's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included FuboTV, Grab, Infosys, Intel, Macy’s, Mattel and Under Armour.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Bloomin' Brands, ChargePoint, Clorox, Cloudflare, Intel, Novavax, Owens Corning, Palo Alto Networks and PPL.
Here are 14 tech stocks that were making significant up or down moves shortly after Friday's opening bell.
Lower crude oil prices and Thursday's steep drop appear to be a buying opportunity in Friday's premarket session.
Intel's $5.4 billion acquisition of Tower Semiconductor was juicing up tech stocks in the early going Tuesday.