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UBS recommends Caterpillar shares, citing positive results from a firm survey of the industry’s capital spending plans.
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Morgan Stanley downgrades shares of Snap just 5 months after the firm helped take the once hot media stock public.
Goldman lowers its price target on Tesla shares, saying the company will likely have problems meeting its production targets this year.
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Cowen believes McDonald’s digital ordering upgrades will drive the fast-food chain’s sales higher.
Instinet has upped its target on Amazon’s stock to $1,100 from $975 a share.
The 74-year-old founder of Baron Capital says interest rates and oil prices will stay lower for “a very long time.”
Famed investor Paul Meeks says tech stocks are getting uncomfortably expensive.
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