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  • Although one analyst has lowered the price target for Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, he is keeping his 'outperform' rating on the stocks due to their historically low valuations.

  • Boeing's plan to produce 10 Dreamliner wide-bodied airplanes a month through 2013 is "going to be a stretch," Citigroup defense analyst Jason Gursky told CNBC.

  • Even before last week's stock-market sell-off—the biggest losing streak in three years—large-cap stocks were getting thumped, despite analysts' and money managers' claims they're among the best bets. But the record tells a different story.

  • As investors look for bargains in the stock markets and consumers look for deals that won't lighten wallets as much, Kevin O'Brien, president and CEO of Revere Data, suggests investors look into the food, living arrangement, apparel and transportation sectors.

  • Silver bar and coins

    Driving the decline is global uncertainty about economic growth, demand for the U.S. dollar and liquidation of hard assets for cash.

  • Citigroup, Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo look to have a weak third quarter ahead of them when they report next month, but expectations are so low they may have a chance to surprise to the upside.

  • Hewlett Packard

    Bernstein Research's Toni Sacconaghi, who always asks the best questions on any conference call, did so again with Hewlett Packard — asking why there was no interim CEO and (in not so many words) whether the board is dysfunctional.

  • Meg Whitman, former eBay CEO

    Hewlett-Packard should've taken more time looking for a chief executive to replace Leo Apotheker, Sanford C. Bernstein analyst Tony Sacconaghi told CNBC Friday.

  • Stocks could be in for very choppy trading on Friday following the heavy sell-off in the previous session, but get ready for a “massive rally” sometime next week, said Art Cashin, director of floor operations at UBS Financial Services.

  • Campbell Soup was one of the few stocks to show gains in yesterday's market meltdown, and one large option trader is counting on more.

  • Fast Money Web Extra: Pops & Drops

    The Fast Money crew offers special CNBC.com-only advice on your investments.

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    Goldman Sachs downgraded Johnson & Johnson's stock to 'neutral' in a research note on Thursday despite keepings its forecast and price target of $74 for the company unchanged.

  • The U.S. market might be down nearly 4 percent Thursday but Art Cashin isn't sure stocks haven hit bottom yet.

  • New Schwab study on ETFs. Pretty much same old, same old—individual investors intend to increase their use of ETFs.

  • One small-cap hedge fund bases its picks on the main fundamentals of individual companies, rather than taking a top-down approach based on industry performance. The fund’s lead manager detailed seven of the fund’s top-performing stocks.

  • Mad Money Markets: 'Significant' Nosedive

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer asks how significant is the word significant? It's worth plenty because the Fed inserted the word "significant" before the term "downside risk", a new addition in the Fed's lexicon and that sent markets tumbling.

  • Mad Money, September 21, 2011

    Mad Money host and former hedge fund manager, Jim Cramer, provides stock traders with all manner of investing advice.

  • John Alfred Paulson, president of Paulson & Co., Inc.

    John Paulson has been getting a lot of attention recently — and not the good kind.

  • If he is kicked out of Hewlett Packard, CEO Leo Apotheker, hired November 1 of last year, will have made a killing.

  • Expensive restaurant stocks can remain expensive for longer than the typical investment horizon, a 'smart' analyst tells me. Is Chipotle going to be one of those? Its stock jumped 10 percent on news that it opened just one Asian concept restaurant.