If you take away the shorts, many Web stocks will be lower. But the short side post-Facebook just makes no sense.
Investors in the online recommendations service cheer the earnings and the stock gets upgraded by a slew of analysts.
Stocks are higher and the S&P crossed above 1,700 for the first time after jobless claims fell to lowest level in nearly 6 years.
JCPenney is both upgraded and downgraded, and Starbucks is upgraded to 'buy.'
Now that we know the review site can make money in mobile, there are two ways this story could play out -- and both are winners.
Sprint is reinstated with an 'underperform,' Michael Kors is downgraded to 'neutral.'
Sprint is both upgraded and downgraded, and FedEx is initiated with a 'buy.'
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