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Here are seven technology stocks that have gotten multiple target price or rating hikes from analysts on Wall Street.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen om Monday included AON, Conoco, Groupon, Intuit, JinkoSolar, NextEra, WisdomTree, Xilinx and Yelp.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Friday included Chesapeake Energy, CME, Constellation Brands, Dominion Energy, Electronic Arts, Gap, Netflix, Starbucks, Viacom, Yum!...
Dell Technologies and VMware both posted double-digit revenue gains in the third quarter. The better-than-expected results could toss a monkey wrench into Dell's planned re-entry into the public...
Carl Icahn plans to launch a proxy fight to prevent Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners from completing a reverse merger with a tracking stock controlled by Dell and Silver Lake that would bring...
Stocks were looking for a higher open on Tuesday, with this day being a shortened one ahead of the July 4th holiday. The prior trend of buying the dips has not worked as well in recent months as it...
Cisco Systems remains the top-performing Dow stock for the year to date in 2018. Three of the five top-performing Dow stocks are included in the tech sector, which is the best performing sector for...
These six large-cap tech leaders look to benefit from the incredible cloud demand and growth, and their shares are suitable for all accounts looking for growth now and in the years to come.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Tuesday include Archer Daniels Midland, Cardlytics, Dermira, E*Trade, Herbalife, Mylan, UPS, VMware and Western Digital.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Friday include BioMarin, CSX, Kinder Morgan, Microsemi, Splunk, U.S. Steel and Walmart.
Walmart has changed its corporate name, Sony has a new CEO, CBS and Viacom are considering a merger, and more important headlines.
JPMorgan elevates two potential successors to James Dimon, Walmart asks suppliers to deliver on time or face fines, job growth worldwide has not helped improve wages, and other important headlines.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Thursday include Akamai Technologies, Barclays, Chevron, Duke Energy, Expedia, First Solar, Kinder Morgan and Netflix.
We screened our December research coverage here at 24/7 Wall St., looking for the top analyst picks for 2018 and beyond and found 13 companies that look poised to continue their strength in the...
With the possibility that 2018 could be the final year of the bull market, the question is what to buy now? These five top stocks are reasonable compared to some of the other high-flying tech stocks.