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Morgan Stanley upgrades shares of General Motors to overweight, predicting a 19 percent rally in the next 12 months.
JPMorgan reiterates its overweight rating on Apple but is cautious on near term iPhone sales.
History suggests the rally will continue, according to perennial bull Tom Lee. That means the S&P's recent dip "needs to be bought aggressively."
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Shares of Community Health spiked in Friday afternoon trade after a report that raised speculation the hospital operator could be acquired.
Shares of Lions Gate Entertainment gained more than 6 percent on Friday as the company debuted its reboot of "Blair Witch."
One trader has made a $1 million bet against the gold mining stocks.
Analysts at Raymond James predict shares of Apple could rally 20 percent in the next 12 months due to strong sales of the new iPhone 7.
Stocks may not be as vulnerable to rising bond yields as the market fears, Wells Capital's Jim Paulsen said.
Just when a range of economic data got weak enough to give the Fed a pass on hiking rates, there was a surprise pickup in inflation last month.
Cramer says Intel's CEO underestimated demand for PCs after the company raised its revenue outlook for the third quarter.
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