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Aurora Cannabis Raises $345 Million Through Debt Offering

Aurora Cannabis Stock Rises; Cowen Affirms Market Perform

Aurora Cannabis had a tough quarter, but Cowen analysts still expect strong growth margins in 2022.

Three Things to Know About Okta

Okta Upgraded as Morgan Stanley Sees Market-Share Gains

Identity-management provider Okta was upgraded to overweight at Morgan Stanley amid rebounding demand.

National Debt Lead

Janet Yellen Warns US Default Would Trigger Crisis, Recession As Debt Deadline Looms

Failure to lift the $28.4 trillion debt ceiling this week could put the U.S. at risk of default as early as October 18, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told Senate lawmakers Tuesday.

Jim Cramer Says Applied Materials’ China Orders Were ‘Fantastic’

Applied Materials Cut to Neutral; Catalyst Lacking, New Street Says

AMAT's valuation 'is still very reasonable,' New Street says. 'But we don’t see a near-term catalyst for a rerating.'

Boeing 777X Lead

Boeing Stock Slips as Barclays Cuts 2021 Delivery Forecast

Boeing will see a slower-than-expected pace of deliveries for its 737 Max, Barclays says.

Thor Industries Lead

RV Maker Thor Stock Rises After Earnings Nearly Double

Thor Industries stock traded higher as demand for recreational vehicles remained strong in the July quarter.

Watch Jim Cramer on TheStreet 9/28

Video: Jim Cramer on Ford, Pfizer, Federal Reserve, Tech Rotation, Aurora

Jim Cramer discusses Fed chair Powell's congressional testimony amid the retirement of Fed presidents, Pfizer, Aurora, Ford and more in Tuesday's video interview with TheStreet.

Wells Fargo Lead

Wells Fargo Cut to Equal Weight; Morgan Stanley Eyes Valuation

Morgan Stanley pointed to valuation concerns and scandal-plagued Wells Fargo’s continuing regulatory issues.

Gogo Inflight Internet Lead

Gogo Stock Jumps After Long-Term Financial Targets Lifted

Gogo says its margin, based on adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, will climb to 45% in 2025.

Tesla Model Y Lead

Tesla's Q3 Will Be 'Strongest Quarter Ever,' Piper Sandler Says

Tesla will see its 'strongest quarter ever,' a Piper Sandler analyst tells investors. Credit Suisse says the stock has 'been resilient.'