This earnings season is likely to be more volatile than the market is preparing for, according to Goldman Sachs, which outlined a tactical plan for clients looking to play the latest financial numbers. » Read More
J.P. Morgan reiterates its overweight rating for MGM Resorts shares, predicting the company's earnings growth will improve next year. » Read More
Piper Jaffray reiterates its overweight rating for Lumentum shares, predicting strong growth for its products later this year. » Read More
Jefferies raises its rating for MSG shares to buy from hold on Wednesday, citing the rising value of the New York Knicks and Rangers. » Read More
Stephen Weiss of Short Hills Capital Partners is seeing a bottom for hedge funds.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Pete Najarian believes it's time for investors to get defensive.
"Halftime Report" trader Joe Terranova bought a semiconductor company for his CNBC Pro model portfolio, which is currently up 12 percent on the year.
Citi Research just downgraded Best Buy to "neutral" from "buy." Here's why:
Here are the best Wall Street analyst and strategist calls from Tuesday.
Shares of Archer-Daniels-Midland could be set to rally in the second half of the year, BMO Capital Markets predicts.
Goldman Sachs just downgraded General Mills to "sell" from "neutral." Here's why.
BMO just upgraded Deere to "outperform" from "market perform." Here's why.
Cowen just upgraded Microsoft to "outperform" from "market perform." Here's why.
Sumner Redstone is writing a personal Hollywood drama as good as any fictional one broadcast by either of his two media companies, according to BreakingViews.
Analysts at Goldman Sachs added Schlumberger to the firm's conviction list, predicting a 25 percent gain in the next 12 months.
Jefferies told clients dividend growth will matter more than earnings growth, so investors should buy companies increasing their payout ratios.
Here are the best Wall Street analyst and strategist calls Monday.
Shares of the payment processing firm Square may have reached a bottom, analysts at CLSA told clients on Monday.
Goldman Sachs initiates coverage of Intuit with a "buy" rating.
Goldman Sachs told clients the election will be a lot closer than the consensus expects and that's bad for the overall market, but good for a few stocks.