Robert Half International

NYSE: RHI
$52.80
-$0.41 (-0.8%)
Closing price August 6, 2020
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Thursday included AbbVie, Agilent Technologies, Albermarle, Apple, Boeing, Cheniere Energy, First Solar, HCA, LabCorp, Lumber Liquidators...
  Stocks were indicated to open lower on Monday after weekend news that sounds like a China trade deal is not on the way very soon. Investors have been forced to see numerous waves of selling in...
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Wednesday included Amazon, Apple, BP, CSX, General Electric, Humana, Myriad Genetics, Mondelez, UnitedHealth and Vodafone.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Friday include American Water Works, JB Hunt, Ford, General Motors and AstraZeneca.
The include American Express, Cellectis, ForeScout Technologies, Mastercard, Mueller Water, PG&E, Party City, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals and Visa.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Tuesday include Bluebird Bio, Delphi Technologies, DowDuPont, Expedia, McDonald's, Snap, Ulta Beauty and Vale.
Wednesday was a positive, although muted, day for the U.S. exchanges with all three major indices hitting new intraday highs. Crude continued to rise after its incredible gain from Tuesday. The...
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Wednesday include AbbVie, Gilead, Johnson & Johnson, Potash, Schlumberger, Visa and Walmart.
Thursday's top analyst calls from Wall Street include Cisco Systems, Enterprise Products, J.C. Penney, Kinder Morgan, NetApp, Priceline and Digital Ally.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Wednesday morning include EMC, MetLife, Pandora Media, Whiting Petroleum, Yelp, Mosaic and Oasis Petroleum.
We mentioned often that the market has not seen a 10% correction for three years. This week's selling may very well get that talking point off the books and set the stage for a solid run to the end...
In a trend that seems somewhat locked into place, insiders continue to sell stock, though as we have seen most of this year, nobody is rushing to the exits, at least for now.
We have written a great deal these past few months about the signs that may be emerging to signal a true bull market. The media love to embrace their idea that we have been in a bull market since...
U.S. equity markets opened mixed this morning following a depressing report on U.S. GDP growth, which turned out to be negative (more coverage here). Even a good jobs report from ADP couldn’t...
U.S. equity markets opened slightly lower this morning following not-much in the way of new data and a wait-and-see attitude until tomorrow’s meeting announcement from the FOMC, which began a...