Livent Corp.

+$1.06 (+3.7%)
Closing price May 23, 2022
Here are seven U.S.-traded firms that are looking to help meet the expected demand for lithium through the rest of this decade and maybe beyond. Some are established and others are in development.
Wednesday’s additional top analyst upgrades and downgrades were on Akamai, Block, Livent, Starbucks and more.
Here are earnings previews for three companies set to report results after markets close Tuesday.
Thursday afternoon and Friday morning bring an interesting assortment of earnings reports to the table.
Lithium stocks have become increasingly popular over the years as the electric vehicle trend has really taken off. One top analyst is growing more bullish on two of these stocks.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included BioNTech, ConocoPhillips, Harley-Davidson, Livent, Luminar Technologies, Meta Platforms, Moderna, Snap, Twitter, United Airlines, US Foods,...
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Applied Materials, Chevron, Cleveland-Cliffs, General Electric, Intel, Livent, Match, Medtronic, RealReal, Riot Blockchain, Sirius XM,...
Two leading brokerages have downgraded three lithium stocks to Sell. Two of the rating cuts were down to valuation and expected industry demand. The other was a response to an election outcome.
Tuesday afternoon's analyst upgrades and downgrades included Fate Therapeutics, Livent, RealReal, SmileDirectClub and more.
In addition to four companies we've already previewed that will be reporting quarterly results Thursday afternoon, here are previews of three more coming at the same time.
Five U.S.-traded lithium stocks have had a good week, as prices are rising again and the industry is about to expand.
Tuesday afternoon's analyst upgrades and downgrades included Callaway Golf, Livent, Penn National and Toyota.
Analysts at JPMorgan has initiated coverage on a lithium miner with an Overweight rating and a price target nearly 14% higher than the stock's current price.
Another lithium mining company entered the lists Monday. Canada-based Sigma Lithium plans to begin production next year at its Grota do Cirilo project in Brazil.
Here's a brief look at Lithium Americas and three more lithium stocks.