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Stocks hold near session lows by mid-afternoon Monday as Wall Street grows restless ahead of the first presidential debate.
Investors should expect some margin pressure, but there is still upside in the stock, say analysts.
Tradebird users weigh in with their bullish or bearish opinions on different stocks. Sentiment is turning bullish on Twitter, but Apple doesn't seem to garner much optimism.
Stocks are lower Monday as Wall Street's attention shifts to the looming presidential debate from central bank policy.
Drexel Hamilton has cut its rating on Disney and lowered its price target.
Here are Monday's top research calls, including upgrades for Fitbit and Marriott and downgrades for Disney and Twitter.
Stock futures fall on Monday as Wall Street's attention shifts from central bank policy to the looming presidential debate.
Disney's (DIS) stock rating was cut to 'hold' at Drexel Hamilton earlier today.
Investors and analysts are fretting that this year's 'Star Wars' film won't be as big as last year's was. Here is why that is nonsense.
In this weeks blogs Cramer talks about Amazon should run a stock market, the profits one can get looking down the road and how American Airlines is being victimized.
This week Doug Kass blogged on current market conditions and why Disney is more optimistic about China and sports programming than most investors are.
The model portfolio had a number of strong performers this week as the market welcomed the Fed's lack of action with open arms.
The stock of this media giant has been struggling lately, but there's a lot to commend the company.
CBS CEO Leslie Moonves and Time Warner's Jeff Bewkes show very different attitudes and strategies in relation to the evolution of cable television distribution.
Cramer's a big fan of Flex' technology and says Walt Disney may look like a dog now but it will soon have its day.
Some companies have powerful trends to bolster their numbers, Fed or no Fed, Cramer says.
The CEO outlined the telecom's big plans for delivering wireless broadband and streaming video.
ESPN still has its strengths in digital rights, CEO and Chairman Bob Iger said at a Goldman Sachs conference.
The streaming leader is directing more of its spending towards original content, and its size is making the media industry uneasy. Amazon, HBO and Hulu should look to take advantage.
The number of people terminating their pay-TV contract is increasing, especially among young people.
The company has more issues, although the drone looks cool.
Comcast plans to debut a wireless offering in mid-2017, signaling the potential for stepped-up competition for Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile.
New drone looks cool, but that can't mask company's larger issues.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Wells Fargo and Warren Buffett.