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Stifel boosts its rating to buy.
Solid growth from the toy maker has investors bidding up the shares.
Tariffs are inflating costs, but the appliance giant is still finding ways to boost margins.
The fast-food chain has put a lot of time and money into improving its menu and operations.
The stock has been on a tear, and its recent earnings release confirms that this new cybersecurity outfit is no one-trick pony.
The real estate company is partnering with Amazon.com.
The biotech stock is enjoying a second day of big gains after the company reported promising results for experimental drug ACH-5228.
Strong results help the market dismiss uncertainty surrounding a CEO change.
Shares jump after the biopharma receives some praise from Wall Street.
Is slightly less debt and vastly more dilution a good thing? Shareholders don't think so.
The Latin American airport operator benefited from rising passenger traffic at its recently acquired airports.
Shares slump after the drugmaker releases bummer clinical news.
Let's take a look at management's second-quarter guidance, investor expectations for each segment, and an essential growth theme worth focusing on.
The stock market jumped out to early gains Tuesday morning.
The market is expecting a strong third-quarter outlook from Advanced Micro Devices.
The many sales opportunities for the toy maker this quarter could help it over some of the hurdles it faces.
Acadia Pharmaceuticals and Dynavax Technologies are having a rough week.
Selling lower-margin tea drinks and expanding overseas could result in wider losses for the growing coffee chain.
A major milestone gets closer with each passing day, but the stock seems to keep heading lower.
Strong earnings growth has the paint maker excited about its future.