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The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Wednesday include Accenture, American Expresss, Cognizant Technology Solutions, FireEye, Mastercard, PayPal, Verizon and Visa.
These four energy ideas from the Baird Focus Ideas List make good sense for investors now as the sector has lagged dramatically this year.
Windows for corporate executives to sell and buy shares were closed during earnings reporting season, and when they started to open last week, the buyers stormed back into the market in full force.
While these are not the highest yielding energy MLPs, they all have some serious upside to the Credit Suisse target prices.
After a long malaise, things finally may be headed higher for the MLPs. These four solid stocks pay good distributions and for now may be among the best income ideas.
These four master limited partnerships (MLPs) offer defensive characteristics (price protection) with offensive capabilities (upside to their targets).
While not the highest yielding MLPs, these are solid plays for investors looking to be in the sector, but not wanting to take undue risk.
All three of these top picks make good sense for investors looking to play a second half 2016 and 2017 oil sector rebound.
In a recent Deutsche Bank research note, four top MLPs that recently raised the distributions paid to shareholders are highlighted.
In a new research report, while RBC remains cautiously optimistic for the long term, it is clear that the analysts don't have a big appetite for the lower quality companies, and with good reason.
All three of these MLP picks make good sense for investors looking to play a second half 2016 and 2017 sector rebound. Should oil languish in the recent trading range, they should still offer...
At a time when most MLPs are holding distributions to investors flat (at best) or reducing the payouts to conserve cash, two have announced that they will raise distributions in 2016.
After a large sell-off that started last summer, the energy master limited partnerships may be of some interest. Credit Suisse is backing a trade within the sector.
Tallgrass Energy G.P. kicked off the largest U.S. initial public offering of the year on Thursday, raising more than a $1 billion.
Source: ThinkstockFour of last week’s six initial public offering (IPO) candidates successfully launched into the public equity markets, but the reception was decidedly cool. The best performer was...