Also, a couple of other well-known names are facing stiff challenges.
The fossil fuel industry is in a death spiral, squeezed between its own carbon costs and profitable alternatives.
Can US stocks hold up if China's economy is as weak as some market segments are indicating? Don't bet on it.
US markets are set to decline at the open as investors seek hints from the Fed about how long its stimulus program will last.
Wall Street analysts have a tendency to overreact to supply/demand dynamics, and that often leads to big opportunities.
These global mining behemoths are out of favor but remain buys for aggressive investors.
General Electric is downgraded to 'neutral,' and McDonald's is downgraded to 'outperform.'
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