The flood of public offerings dries to a trickle as companies wait out the market turmoil.
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Both are expected to post growth. Analysts are also looking for strong results from Tesla Motors and Time Warner.
Weyerhaeuser is upgraded to 'buy,' and Zynga is initiated with a 'sell.'
David Katz, CIO at Matrix Asset Advisors, likes Devon Energy while Thornburg fund manager Tim Cunnigham suggests Wirecard.
Proximity to new oil and natural gas sites is drawing interest from abroad and fueling the city's economic and population growth.
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