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Changing credit landscape creates opportunities for fast-moving lenders
TransUnion report reveals consumer credit scores have risen and the mortgage market is recovering at a faster pace than anticipated
Company also enhances Insurance Eligibility solution to integrate directly with market leading Electronic Health Records (EHRs)
Investors should look to take some profits in the auto space.
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TransUnion (TRU) stock is declining in late-afternoon trading as the company expects Advent International to sell a portion of its stake.
This week, key earnings reports and economic data will provide clues as to whether Friday's high note marks the beginning of a rebound or just a fleeting respite.
Customers and companies alike are caught in an increasingly high stakes game with few ironclad solutions.
In trading on Wednesday, shares of TransUnion touched a new 52-week high of $27.01/share. That's a 15.33% rise, or $3.59 per share from the 52-week low of $23.42 set back on 06/29/2015.
TransUnion (TRU) stock coverage was initiated by analysts at Barclays this morning with an 'equal weight' rating and a $26 price target.
Cramer remains bullish on the biotechs and would buy the newly public Alarm.com because it's actually profitable.
A quarter of the market bottomed today, which means stocks in biotech, among other areas, were there for the taking, Cramer says.
Shares of TransUnion (TRU) are surging in mid-day trading on Thursday, the company's first trading day after its IPO.
U.S. stock futures are rising in defiance of concerns over Greece's debt. Investors will look to unemployment numbers on Thursday.
Jim Cramer answers viewers’ Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.