Investors are pleased that the Olympics may not be a money-loser for the cable company after all.
Facebook is upgraded to 'market perform,' while Las Vegas Sands is downgraded to 'hold.'
Tiffany and Blue Nile also drop as investors expect luxury retailers to sag. Meanwhile, budget sellers like Target and Wal-Mart are having a strong year.
JP Morgan, PetSmart and Eli Lilly are downgraded.
Sprint upgraded to `buy', Coinstar downgraded to `sector perform'
Lackluster earnings will linger as the company invests for the long term.
Weakness in Europe hurts overall profit at the coffee giant.
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