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The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Friday include Boeing, Costco, Intel, KeyCorp, NVIDIA, PayPal and Snap.
These are the eight top thematic breakout picks from Merrill Lynch for the third quarter of 2017. While some of the stock chart patterns call for near-term upside, others call for much higher prices...
These are five top stocks for investors to consider for the rest of the year. They all pay solid dividends, are trading at reasonable valuations and are not at 52-week or all-time highs.
The analysts at Jefferies have made a big move by adding a top consumer goods/auto parts company to the firm's well-respected Franchise Picks list of stocks to buy.
One key analyst thinks that first-quarter results from banks will not be mind-blowing, but instead believes estimates are still biased upward as more rate hikes get built in, deposit betas remain low...
The banking team at Jefferies feels that the ultimate bull case could be 30% to 35% increase in earnings from here, with a 1% increase in interest rates over the next two years and a 15% overall tax...
In a recent research note, the analysts at Jefferies make a big move by removing a top medical devices company from the firm's well-respected Franchise Picks list of stocks.
Four companies in four very different sectors that all offer liquidity, a degree of safety and solid dividends that should continue to rise.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Friday morning include Advanced Micro Devices, Cliffs Natural Resources, Gap, KLA-Tencor, Regions Financial, Tyson Foods and Wal-Mart.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Monday morning include Harley-Davidson, HP, KeyCorp, KLA-Tencor, Netflix, Square and T-Mobile.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Tuesday morning include Cerner, Energy Transfer Equity, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Netflix, KeyCorp, Hershey, CyberArk Software.
After last Friday’s 600+ point drop in the Dow, the reality is that the United States held up much better than Europe. Bank stocks were hammered and many European key stocks were down 10% to...
Despite the current uncertainty in the markets, insiders are once again stepping up to the plate and adding shares aggressively.
A recent research report from Jefferies focuses on stocks that not only have very solid franchises but remain priced at a level that puts them into a value category.
In the weekly report from Jefferies that highlights top value picks, we found three companies that also should be somewhat resistant to spike in volatility and make good sense for investors to...