Earnings and recent data out of the US, Europe and China indicate a slowdown.
Tenet Healthcare is upgraded to 'buy,' and JetBlue is downgraded to 'neutral.'
Investors should have many opportunities to take advantage of the promised rebound, particularly with this metal.
With the twin U.S. fiscal cliff and euro debt crisis worries out of the way, commodities get another boost as investors are now freer to focus on growth stories in economies such as China.
This is one stupid and value-destroying idea. Sell the stock and split the proceeds between Southern Copper or Buenaventura and First Quantum.
Starbucks is upgraded to 'outperform,' and Crocs is initiated with an 'outperform.'
While German data are surprisingly weak, Chinese reports indicate the slowdown in growth had eased.
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