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Summit Research and Needham & Co. lowered their ratings after NetApp said it will reduce its workforce by roughly 500 employees. J.P. Morgan cited weak revenue.
Shares of data software company NetApp (NTAP) ended Thursday's trading day down 10 percent, making it TheStreet's Move of the Day.
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The odds are growing slimmer for a Federal Reserve rate hike next month, and one stock market strategist says the Fed may even wait until next year to raise rates.
While many Federal Reserve officials believe a June rate hike is unlikely, one strategist thinks the Fed may not pull the trigger at all in 2015.
The Federal Reserve isn't likely to raise rates in June, amid soft economic data, according to one economist.
Cablevision Systems (CVC) was the best performing stock in the S&P 500 on Wednesday, making it TheStreet's Move of the Day.
The minutes of the Federal Reserve's April meeting revealed a rate hike during the central bank's June meeting is 'unlikely.'
Starwood Hotels & Resorts is poised to benefit from the spinoff of its time-share business and speculation that the industry is ripe for mergers.
MasterCard is on track for continued growth, but shares aren't valued so attractively, according to one analyst.