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Top calls: Buy Yelp, Corning and bank stocks

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Here is the best Wall Street research that's moving stocks Monday.

1. Top-ranked analyst: Buy Yelp on better profits

One of the best analysts on Wall Street told investors to buy Yelp on an anticipated earnings upside the rest of the year. "Yelp [is] likely to exceed 2016 guidance and Street estimates," Deutsche Bank's Lloyd Walmsley wrote in a note to clients Sunday.

2. Analyst who called oil rebound: $80 is next stop

The price of oil is going to rise to $80 in the next year on supply constraints, according to Raymond James' energy analyst J. Marshall Adkins, who correctly predicted a rebound in crude at the start of 2016.

3. Morgan Stanley: Bank stock sell-off is overdone

The pullback in financial stocks this year is a buying opportunity, Morgan Stanley told clients Monday, recommending an overweight stance on the group.

4. Bigger TVs equal bigger profits for Corning: Citi

Investors should buy Corning as consumers purchase bigger and bigger TVs which are more profitable for the LCD glassmaker than smaller panels, according to Citi Research.

5. CVS downgraded due to competition: Morgan Stanley

CVS Health shares could come under pressure due to greater price and market share competition, according to Morgan Stanley, which downgraded the shares of the company to equal weight from overweight