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Here are Thursday's top research calls, including upgrades for Dick's Sporting Goods and Seattle Genetics, and downgrades for Cognizant and VF Corp.
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A weak console video game market hurt sales and has caused the company to lower guidance moving forward.
The Federal Reserve's second rate hike since the Great Recession could come as soon as next month.
Stocks remain in the red on Friday after Federal Reserve vice chairman Stanley Fischer raises the possibility of a September hike.
GameStop shares were lower Friday after reporting a quarterly revenue miss and weaker-than-expected comparable-store sales.
U.S. stocks add to gains after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen makes the case for another rate hike.
After GameStop reported weak video game sales on Thursday, CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" panel discussed the future of the company.
Stocks add to gains on Friday morning after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen makes the case for another rate hike.
Baird cut GameStop's (GME) stock price target to $40 this morning.
Stock futures slip as investors await key rate-hike clues from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen later in the morning.
Retailers continue to struggle this earnings season with Dollar Tree, Dollar General and GameStop all reporting disappointing comps.
Wall Street will look to comments from Fed Chair Janet Yellen on interest rates; futures are higher; Carl Icahn recently discussed selling his stake in Herbalife, a report says.
Fed chair Yellen will speak Friday as investors await a signal on the next rate rise.
GameStop (GME) stock was trading lower in Thursday's extended session after reporting second-quarter same-store sales that disappointed investors.
The Fed meets for a monetary policy summit, and investors consider dollar-store earnings and jobless claim numbers.
Here are Thursday's top research calls, including upgrades for Citigroup, GameStop and Transocean, and an earnings-estimate increase for Medtronic.
GameStop has a solid year-to-date gain and a positive weekly chart but remains in bear market territory. It reports earnings Thursday.
Discount retailers take center stage on Thursday, August 25.