The railroad is expecting another challenging year for the fossil fuel, but Wall Street isn't throwing in the towel yet.
This fuel has been out of favor for almost 2 years, but the sector could be poised for a technical rally.
Teva is downgraded to 'market perform,' and Under Armour is initiated with an 'underweight.'
Climate change activists are hoping to bring the issue back into the national spotlight.
TSMC is upgraded to 'conviction buy,' and Garmin is downgraded to 'sell.'
President Obama's return to office stirs fears among investors, but natural gas is a far greater threat.
Stocks tumble over 2.25% as investors reposition after the US election.
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