One analyst raised his recommendation on the Houston oilfield-service company's stock to buy from sell, while another initiated coverage with a buy rating.
Analyst Craig Moffett sees declining growth, in the mid-single-digit range, across 60% of AT&T's business lines, including fewer subscribers and falling video revenue in the entertainment group.
Concern about competition and the changing content business model in the industry drove the rating moves by analyst Sunil Rajgopal.
GE's core industrial EBIT has fallen 10% short of the estimates the company made in March, the analyst writes. That's farther off target than other large-cap companies, he contends.
Analyst Alex Zukin came away from meetings with management `with greater conviction in TWLO as the most attractively priced, durable high-growth story in our coverage.'
The larger debate among analysts and other observers: whether the semiconductor industry has bottomed in a down cycle or still has some distance to go.
Etsy is tumbling Thursday after sharpening some of its 2019 guidance, but analysts see long-term potential at the online marketplace for apparel and accessories.
Analyst Paul Lejuez said the Vancouver company has done `nearly everything right' but is now priced for perfection.
Amazon analysts reduced near-term estimates but remain positive on the stock for several reasons.
A team led by analyst Christopher Mandeville cut its price target on the Cincinnati chain to $26 from $29. They see nothing that will significantly drive growth in fiscal 2020.
Adtran stock yields more than 4%. But it's slumping after the networking-equipment company estimated a third-quarter sales miss and a loss, and saw its rating and price target cut at MKM Partners.
Upside potential for the chipmakers stems partly from the potential of 5G telecom technology, analyst Karl Ackerman suggests.
Analyst Lisa Lewandowski writes that Philip Morris will rise above the vaping noise due to lack of exposure to vaping plus strong underlying fundamentals.
Analyst Brian Fitzgerald sets target price at $34, citing `continued revenue growth runway' for the online media company.
`Despite Target's strong stock run, with [the] shares up more than 63% year-to-date, we are incrementally more upbeat following strong recent results and an improved margin outlook,' the firm wrote.
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