Stocks held at the flatline in midday trading Wednesday with no big moves being made on Wall Street. Trading is at light volume as investors head into the Thanksgiving holiday.
DreamWorks Animation (DWA) upgraded, Louisiana-Pacific (LPX) downgraded and price target revision for Kroger (KR) are Wednesday's Analysts' Actions.
U.S. stocks are pretty much flat at the opening bell on this Wednesday.
The Dow Jones Industrial and S&P 500 slipped to close slightly lower but still near record highs Tuesday. Already falling oil prices dropped another 2.2%.
After a strong open on an upward GDP surprise, U.S. stocks scaled back and dipped in and out of the red in midday trading Tuesday.
Strong starts with fresh coverage for Hanesbrands (HBI), General Electric (GE) and upgrade for TJX Companies (TJX) in Tuesday's Analysts' Actions.
Stocks were higher at the opening bell on this Tuesday after Q3 GDP posted a surprise jump to 3.9% from an initial reading of 3.5%.
Record high closes for the Dow Jones and the S&P Monday. After swaying in and out of positive territories, the blue chips managed to close in the green.
U.S. stocks were mostly higher on confidence in the global economy in Monday's midday trading.
AMC Entertainment (AMC) is getting a strong start but downgrades for Exxon Mobil (XOM), Chevron (CVX) and Verizon (VZ) in Monday's Analysts' Actions.