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Macquarie responded this morning, raising its price target on AT&T Inc. to $38 from $37, while maintaining its "neutral" rating.
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Following new developments related to the conduct of two representatives in China, GSK was hit with four bearish brokerage notes, including a downgrade to "sell" from "buy" at Liberum, and price-target cuts at Barclays, Berenberg, and Morgan Stanley.
In today's session, the stock is extending this slide, off 0.5% to churn near $83.82.
Almost 80 percent of major players in the local market have returned to the trading floor, a development that could further raise market turnover and make trading more active, Chairman of the Financial Supervisory Commission Tseng Ming-chung said Tuesday.
That's the question of the day in telecom after tiny Windstream Holdings said it plans to take advantage of the tax-cutting strategy.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is headed higher in pre-market action, thanks to a pair of solid earnings.
Part of the trader's strategy may be related to Applied Materials, Inc.'s planned merger with Tokyo Electron Ltd., as developments like this often lend themselves to increased volatility.
The Korea Composite Stock Price Index broke the psychologically important 2,050-point barrier in intra-day trading on Monday.
While today's technical milestone has short-term call players targeting the century mark, not everyone is doing so in the traditional "vanilla" sense.
The prospect of making quick money lures many to the world of day trading . The participants in this game, besides professional traders, can be retirees, executives, teachers, small business owners, housewives, etc.
"Record" requires a little perspective, as we can only go back to 2007 on Russell 2000 Index volatility, but still, it's very noteworthy.
Despite a deluge of data points, not to mention growing geopolitical concerns, the S&P 500 Index called it a wash last week.
UA is paring a portion of Thursday's post-earnings rally , with the shares fractionally lower at $69.48 -- after earlier touching an all-time high of $70.94.
Subsequently, a slew of analysts are downwardly revising their opinions on Amazon.com, Inc. Just to name a few, B. Riley downgraded the stock to "neutral" from "buy," CRT Capital downgraded it to "fair value" from "buy," and UBS trimmed its price target to $360 from $365.
Wall Street has digested a slew of corporate earnings reports this week, and looking ahead to next week, quarterly results from Chinese Internet issue Sohu.com Inc , nutritional supplements specialist Herbalife Ltd. , and satellite radio issue Sirius XM Holdings Inc. will be in focus.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 08:23 am
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