Comerica is downgraded to 'sell' at Citigroup, and Pandora is initiated with an 'underweight' at Barclays.
Jefferies is downgraded to 'sell,' and Micron is initiated with an 'outperform.'
Starbucks is upgraded while McDonald's is downgraded. Zynga is initiated with a 'buy' at Goldman.
Investors are seeing a mixed bag of quarterly results as banks reel from weak trading revenue.
VMware and Akamai are downgraded, while Regions Financial is initiated with 'market perform.'
A sharp correction could hit these red-hot stocks soon. Investors who wait to buy should be rewarded.
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