Housing stocks fall broadly after analysts at Credit Suisse lowered their ratings and price targets on several companies in the sector.
The Street's top analysts were largely bullish in the wake of Netflix's strong earnings and subscriber growth, pushing the stock even higher.
Netflix shares jump after Citigroup said the recent tumble represents a buying opportunity for the entertainment streaming company.
Deutsche Bank reduces its 2019 earnings estimates by 5 percent on average for eight chip stocks, citing increasing weakness in business activity.
J.P. Morgan is getting less optimistic about the trade conflict between the U.S. and China. The firm lowered its rating for Chinese equities, predicting the escalating trade war between the countries will affect China's economy next year.
Snap's user engagement will decline as its customers move to other platforms, according to Evercore ISI. The firm lowered its price target to $7 from $9 for Snap shares.
Goldman Sachs reiterates its buy rating for Alibaba shares, predicting strong growth in the company's cloud computing and financial businesses.
Analysts across the Street issued their own assessments of GE's chief executive shuffle Monday morning.
Baird lowers its rating to neutral from outperform for AMD shares, predicting more competitive pressure from Intel.
Barclays lowers its rating to underweight from equal weight for Intel, predicting the chipmaker will generate earnings below expectations next year.