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Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included AGCO, Caterpillar, Chewy, Clorox, Costco Wholesale, First Solar, Netflix, Snap, Starbucks and Wynn Resorts.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Delta Air Lines, Hasbro, Illumina, Lululemon Athletica, Micron Technologies, Nike, Penn National, Shopify, Southwest Airlines, Starbucks and...
Consumer products giant Nestlé has agreed to acquire Aimmune Therapeutics, maker of a peanut-allergy treatment. The deal is valued at $2.6 billion, including Nestlé's existing stake Aimmune.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Crocs, Gap, GW Pharmaceuticals, Lowe's Companies, Merck, Nio, Palo Alto Networks, Phillips 66, Starbucks and Vital Farms.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Advanced Micro Devices, Amgen, DexCom, eBay, FireEye, Kraft Heinz, 3M, Pfizer, Seagate Technology, Sonos, Starbucks and T-Mobile.
Starbucks reported a net loss of $0.46 per share and $4.2 billion in revenue for its fiscal third quarter, compared with consensus estimates that called for a net loss of $0.59 per share and $4.06...
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of a few of the most anticipated quarterly reports due this week, including Altria, Ford, General Electric and Starbucks
Many investors feel like the key stocks in the market have simply gotten away from them, but those fears are perhaps misguided, according to some key analysts.
Stocks were looking for direction on Monday ahead of this week’s earnings deluge. With an election coming up and with what is still a very deep recession, investors need to be considering how...
As Starbucks opened stores for takeout, people could not linger in its stores as they have for decades. Now that the coffee company has opened even more locations, it will require customers to wear...
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Delta Air Lines, Apache, Baidu, Intel, Kimco, Lennar, Lululemon Athletica, SelectQuote, Shopify, Starbucks and United Airlines.
Starbucks said it will close 400 stores due to the pandemic. That means the location people visit now may be gone, and many customers will need to find another one or stop going to Starbucks.
Which retailer wouldn’t want to have a hit with Chinese consumers? Investors have an appetite for Beyond Meat as it makes fresh inroads into China, the world’s largest consumer market.
Beyond Meat aims to expand in U.S. supermarkets and restaurants and is looking beyond vegans and vegetarians.
Beyond Meat’s stock has had a huge rally but the company needs new sales channels and price parity with traditional meat.