Apple is trading up modestly in Wednesday’s session after reporting Q3 earnings and guidance that beat consensus expectations. However, a pair of Wall Street firms remain unconvinced that Apple has much upside in the near-term. Here’s what they had to say.
Shares of Twitter Inc TWTR 0.55% are plunging more than 8.5 percent on Wednesday after the company reported above-consensus revenue and EPS numbers for Q3. Why the big sell-off and where will Twitter’s stock go from here? Here’s what Wall Street is saying.
On October 27, Macau will witness the grand opening of the new Studio City resort. The massive new resort is the first of a wave of new Macau resorts expected to open up by the end of 2016.
GoPro shareholders are gearing up for Q3 earnings due out on Wednesday afternoon after the market closes. Here’s a rundown of what investors can expect from earnings and from GoPro’s stock on Thursday.
In a new report, Credit Suisse analyst Bhavesh Lodaya initiated coverage on a number of MLPs. Overall, Credit Suisse seems to have a modestly bullish outlook for the space. Here’s what Lodaya had to say about each name.
In a new report, Credit Suisse analyst Kevin Choquette explains why he believes now is a perfect time to be buying Canadian bank stocks. Choquette feels that the current pricing of the banks reflects an overly negative market view.
More and more companies seem to be recognizing the benefits of spinning-off assets or stand-alone business segments these days. In 2014, there were 60 completed U.S. spin-offs, third most of all time behind only 1999 and 2000.Spin-Off Advisors is predicting another 51 completed spin-offs by the end of 2015 as well.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has released a new study that backs up previous data linking consumption of processed meats with cancer.
Shares of Canadian Solar are soaring more than 8.3 percent in early trading on Monday following an announcement by the company that it has experienced higher-than-expected solar demand in Q3.
Hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson is the latest to weigh in on Wal-Mart’s recently announced plan to turn its operations around by investing heavily in online sales. Wal-Mart’s shares are down big since the company made the announcement, but Tilson believes that buyers should beware of a value trap.