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Amazon is likely to escape the increased scrutiny from federal regulators that the other big technology companies are currently facing, according to Stifel.
Deutsche Bank named UPS one of its "Catalyst Call Buy" picks, hedged against the Industrial Sector SPDR XLI.
Amazon's stock could be worth $2,500 a share in one year, Cowen said, valuing its Amazon Web Services business at $505 billion.
Shifting focus to Michelob Ultra from Bud Light and a strong innovation pipeline in craft brands have increased Guggenheim's conviction in the beer-maker's growth trajectory.
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The takeover portfolio focuses on companies with above-average cash flow return on investment, solid growth prospects and good valuations.
Wells Fargo reiterated its outperform rating of Farfetch and hiked the target price from $30 per share to $32 per share.
Cosmetics maker Estee Lauder has more room to grow because fears of a slowdown in China are not going to materialize, according to Telsey Advisory Group.
AB Bernstein initiated coverage on Zoom with a outperform rating.
Stephens named video game company Take-Two Interactive Software its best idea on Monday.
UBS downgraded PayPal to neutral from buy on Wednesday, saying the company's popular peer-to-peer payment app Venmo has little to add.
Deutsche Bank named Japanese video game maker Nintendo its top pick, saying its valuation is "compelling."
For investors worried about rising costs that are bound to bite into corporate margins, J.P. Morgan said don't worry.
The U.S. still has some gas left in the tank, according to Fundstrat Global Advisors.
Micron Technology is one of the cheapest companies globally, according to Credit Suisse.
J.P. Morgan's best ideas list for the internet sector has a new addition — Netflix.
The U.S. is better postioned than China in a trade war, according to Strategas Research Partners Chairman Jason Trennert.
The market will go down on Wednesday if the Federal Reserve decides not to cut interest rates, according to Leuthold Group's chief investment strategist Jim Paulsen.
Given growth deceleration in FAANG stocks and heightened regulatory scrutiny on big technology companies, Alphabet is better positioned than Facebook, Needham said Monday.