TSMC is upgraded to 'conviction buy,' and Garmin is downgraded to 'sell.'
AOL is downgraded to 'underperform,' and Humana is downgraded to 'neutral.'
Stocks are lower despite a better-than-expected October jobs report.
Goodyear Tire is downgraded to 'hold,' and Expedia is upgraded to 'buy.'
Autodesk is downgraded at 2 firms, and General Growth is downgraded to 'neutral.'
The ECB is considering yield band targets for a new bond-buying program. Orders for US durable goods jump, but the core number slides. Fed stimulus hopes fade. Autodesk plunges on disappointing results. Eli Lilly rallies on an Alzheimer's study.
The search giant's purchase of Frommer's travel guides has people guessing about its intensions. Google Travel, anyone?
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