Allscripts, Deckers Outdoor and InterMune are downgraded.
The gaming company bets big on the Chinese gambling mecca.
But more and more it seems as if a membership in Europe's bailout club is forever.
With positive earnings and business outlooks, these 2 plays could outperform the S&P 500.
The company has extended its debt maturities, and has more time to work some magic on the Las Vegas Strip.
Casino stocks have been on fire the past 2 years, and January's gaming numbers show the momentum isn't slowing.
Macau and Singapore were the major revenue contributors to the company's fourth-quarter results.
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