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These are the top stories on my radar, taken straight from my reporter's journal for Tuesday, October 24:
Stifel upgraded (IR) to buy from hold, saying recent pullbacks in the shares are a good entry for this high quality industrial.
Morgan Stanley says buy
(DKNG), ahead of the earnings report next week. MoffettNathanson has also upgraded to buy.
Seaport begins coverage of 10 companies in the Internet sector with seven Buy Ratings, including
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Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN).
(META). Neutral for
Oppenheimer has lowered the price target for MCD to $315, down from $330. MCD, the defense stock, has been affected by investor sentiment towards restaurant stocks as earnings season approaches. There's something wrong.
The perils of buying banking stocks are clearly shown by (BCS).
Citi has lowered the price target for (SHOP) to $62 down from $77, citing "cracks" in the U.S. Consumer Health Profile.
Stifel raised the price target for (J) by a dollar to $150, indicating that infrastructure money is coming.
Citi has lowered the price target for (SG) to $13 instead of $16.
Norwegian Cruise Line
Wells Fargo reduces the (NCLH PT) PT to $19, down from $22.
UBS downgrades (RF) to Hold from Buy, citing net interest income, risk management, and credit.
Piper Sandler upgraded (AXP), from sell to hold, and says that shares are now trading at a level of valuation "rarely seen for AXP."
HAL misses revenue but beats earnings.
Loop Capital has lowered the price target for BURL to $915, from $220.
JPMorgan upgraded (PVH), from hold to buy. The analyst sees a favorable return-risk ratio with the "unlocking" of a brand over a period of time.
Piper Sandler downgrades (MNST), from Buy to Hold, due to a slowing of growth.
(GM) -- slightly improved. The company exceeded expectations in the third quarter but retracted its previous guidance due to the United Auto Workers' ongoing strikes.
The third-quarter earnings beat for (VZ) was also slightly higher.
CEO Jamie Dimon remains cautious
The central bankers are dead wrong.
(TTD) is a good buy for technology and media investors, as it offers one of the most promising long-term opportunities.
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