U.S. stocks kicked off Monday's session to the upside, despite fluctuating oil prices. Meanwhile Sunedison (SUNE) shares were sinking amid reports that the alternative-energy company's bankruptcy could come in just a few weeks. Plus, Credit Suisse (CS) raised its price target on shares of Apple (AAPL) to $150 from $140 and added the stock to its U.S. Focus List, saying the market could be underestimating the growth potential from its Services business. Shares of Apple are trading around $110 a share. TheStreet's Scott Gamm reports from Wall Street.
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