Of the 43 Wall Street analysts that cover Apple's stock, 22 have a buy rating.
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SunTrust initiated coverage on Biogen and Amgen on Tuesday, saying solid drug pipelines and growth opportunities in China will drive outperformance.
Cowen named retailers Target and Walmart its top holiday picks, in what it calls an "inequitable" holiday season "where value matter most."
Jefferies sees Tesla's stock climbing more than 18% in the next year.
Morgan Stanley downgrades shares of Qualcomm to equal weight due to investors pricing in a positive outcome from the U.S.-China trade war and 5G.
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State probes into Google and Facebook "could be viewed as political grandstanding. We think that would be a mistake," the analysts wrote.
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Citi upgraded World Wrestling Entertainment to buy from neutral, saying the risk-reward is now "compelling."
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It's finally time to buy Beyond Meat following the stock's dramatic descent since late July, according to Bernstein.
Major Wall Street analysts were sticking by Alphabet's stock after the company reported solid but unspectacular earnings on Monday after the bell.
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Major Wall Street analysts liked Tesla's solid third quarter earnings report but want to see more from the company going forward.
Raymond James raises its price target on Apple to $280 from $250 per share, ahead of earnings next week.
Some Wall Street analysts are starting to throw in the towel on Boeing after keeping buy ratings on the stock throughout the 737 Max debacle.
Piper Jaffray upgraded Lowe's to overweight from neutral, as the firm expects home improvement sales to see its largest growth since 2016 in the coming quarters.
Bank of America says Amazon's third-quarter earnings will come in above Wall Street estimates.
Bank of America named Disney, along with Target and Raytheon, as some of its best ideas for the fourth quarter.
Investors would need fundamental problems to run away from the market and the economy is expected to improve in the coming months, said Tobias Levkovich, Citi's chief U.S. equity strategist.
Morgan Stanley expects these companies will have strong annual growth for earnings or revenue over the next three years.
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