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AIG is upgraded to 'buy,' and Nvidia is downgraded to 'perform.'
Jobless claims are being blamed on Sandy, but more pink slips could be coming -- and not because of the weather.
SanDisk is upgraded to 'overweight,' while AMD is downgraded to 'market perform.'
While average Americans are buoyant over some curiously strong jobs numbers, investors are increasingly bothered by a growing list of concerns.
The reporting season isn't even a week old, and already the markets are getting roiled by harbingers of missed estimates.
The company now estimates demand will grow by 6% in 2012, down from its earlier forecast of 7%.
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