It may be a good time to get out of the Golden Arches and put your money into a more profitable sector.
Under Armour is downgraded to 'neutral,' and Bristol-Myers is upgraded to 'overweight.'
If you placed a bet on these companies a month ago, congratulations: You've beaten the house.
With New Jersey the latest state to legalize online gaming, the resort company could tap into a tremendous growth opportunity by investing in struggling Atlantic City.
Investors look to earnings and to a slew of economic reports due out this week.
The hotel and casino operator's Q2 revenue fell 6% due to some one-time charges, but investors shouldn't worry.
The slowdown in growth in the world's second largest economy, however, is not as large as feared.
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