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Apple and Target are preparing to roll out new shopping spaces for Apple products in some Target stores and online.
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Denny's, Exxon Mobil, FireEye, ONEOK, Pioneer Natural Resources, Targa Resources, Target, Tyson Foods and Workday.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Aflac, Commercial Metals, ConocoPhillips, Nio, Occidental Petroleum, Royal Dutch Shell, Target and Wells Fargo.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Boeing, Citigroup, Cree, FuelCell Energy, Lowe's Companies, NextEra Energy, Nio, Nvidia, Shopify, Sonos, Square, Target, Uber and Yelp.
Target reported incredible numbers for its fiscal third quarter before the opening bell on Wednesday, giving shares a nice pop.
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of a few of the most anticipated quarterly reports due this week, including Home Depot, Target and Walmart., Inc (NASDAQ: AMZN) posted over $10 billion in revenue over the nearly two-day course of Prime Day, its huge annual sale. To put the figure in context, its e-commerce revenue in the second...
Black Friday, the traditional start of the annual holiday shopping season, still creates excitement among a large share of shoppers. But nearly as many expect to do most of their Black Friday...
Many people are starting to do their shopping for the holiday season, and these mega-retailers look poised to cash in this year. They offer what most consumers are looking for at the lowest prices...
BofA Securities just issued a research note on three top retailers: Dollar General, Walmart and Target. All are poised for good times ahead.
Weekly jobless claims remain high, a sign the companies are cutting workers even as the headlines tout recovery. The layoff economy has returned with a vengeance.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Apple, Cheniere Energy, Envision Solar, Livent, Lyft, Nikola, Nio, Roku,, Shopify, Uber and Vroom.
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.
Target reported second-quarter earnings Wednesday that were 85% higher than they were a year ago, but it offered only boilerplate statements related to future risks.
24/7 Wall St. has reviewed what to expect from some of the key companies reporting quarterly results this coming week, including Alibaba, Home Depot and Walmart.