That doesn't mean you should snap up the stock, however. It's tough to call a bottom for mining stocks.
The bank is being pulled down by Brazil. Its dividend is probably fine, but the share price isn't going anywhere.
Normally, companies go out of their way to avoid sending this kind of negative signal. Here's what happened.
The auction business is on the back burner. Now the company is all about PayPal, and its recent weakness is creating an opportunity to pick up shares.
Any disappointment in the company's quarterly earnings report next week will mark the start of a buying opportunity.
Mortgage growth is slow, but the bank is moving ahead with a big buyback plan and may open up some reserves it had set aside.
The Japanese carbon fiber producer will profit from positive trends in the aerospace and automotive industries.
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