This young tech company has a can't-miss concept, but hasn't yet generated real sales. Should you see its recent slump as a buying opportunity, or reason to stay away?
Exelon is downgraded to 'hold,' and Jabil Circuit is initiated with a 'buy.'
Apple is the most valuable company after shares jump more than 19% since mid-April. The catalyst: the company's decision to boost its dividend 15% and buy back billions of dollars in shares.
US stocks are set to open down on global growth concerns as investors await US housing reports.
Hewlett-Packard is downgraded to 'sell' at Goldman, and Groupon is initiated with a 'sell' at UBS.
Valero Energy is downgraded to 'neutral,' and Francesca's is initiated with a 'buy.'
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