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Sales, EPS and same-store sales all came in ahead of consensus, even with currency headwinds.
NWN, ACAT, BLX, OMED and CUB were all downgraded by TheStreet Quant Ratings this week.
Alibaba's technicals show a big increase in Relative Strength, which had been lacking for months.
Even as Oppenheimer upgrades the company to Outperform, we believe that challenges persist.
CVS plans to acquire the nursing home pharmacy operator, a move we like as it adds up to $0.20 to 2016 earnings.
Mondelez International's chart shows impressive Relative Strength.
The California New Car Dealers Association is suing TrueCar and we'd rather not wait out a controversy.
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Cisco's CFO sees potential for acquisitions in the security space.
SWKS's trend line is still intact, and there is certainly more upside to be seen.