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And as you warm up to the trading day, here are a handful of stock rating upgrades this morning: Constellation Brands upgraded to Buy from Hold at Argus, price target $230 CrowdStrike upgraded to Neutral from Sell at Citigroup, price target $116 Ha...
Now, with retailers and related companies set to report, we likely will see more logs tossed on the fire that is dividend suspensions and quarterly dividend cuts.
I think the quarantine has gone too far, with unintended consequences that will be tallied later.
When I scan the restaurant space, I remain perplexed, wondering not only when they might be able to reopen, but also how quickly consumers will come back, and to what degree?
This coronavirus remains a China-centric problem? People are not yet dying in other countries. Do we have to worry here? That's the wrong question.
These iconic American brands have shown uneven progress lately -- and here's what to watch with their most recent quarter.
Shares of Kraft Heinz, Harley-Davidson and Tapestry Inc. all have seen better days but could be on the road to improvement.
The sudden drop and weak close Tuesday were not favorable despite a lack of technical damage.
Also, defense industry names can breathe easier with word of debt ceiling and federal spending deal.
They include sizzling household names -- such as McDonald's and Facebook -- and regional banks -- such as First Commonwealth -- and they are all names to keep an eye on this week as earnings come in.
Shares of Hershey and Corning have done well since the last Fourth of July, but not so the stock of Harley-Davidson.
HOG's decline as one of the top dogs within motorcycles seems to be a slow bleed.
The combination of growing dividends along with simultaneous share buybacks can be powerful.
There are several story lines to watch as these companies report earnings.
Legislative action to block buybacks is pertinent for Alphabet earnings.
What we have seen of late from a number of chip producers really might be interpreted as pre-recessionary.
Harley isn't adapting fast enough to changing consumer preferences for smaller, more nimble bikes.
But here are the signs to watch, and how to protect yourself.
These names combine good dividend yields with a track record of raising quarterly payouts.
The motorcycle maker spurted ahead on earnings Tuesday, but a few headwinds still could push its shares lower and make them a better buy.
Harley-Davidson smashed Wall Street profit forecasts on Tuesday, joining Alphabet in the club of big beats.