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Ford Stock Extends Slump After Jefferies Cuts Rating to Hold From Buy
Jefferies analyst Philippe Houchois bumped his price target on Ford to $25 per share, but lowered his rating to 'hold' as the carmaker ramps-up its electric vehicle push.
United Airlines Stock Slides After Q4 Earnings As Omicron Delays Demand Recovery
United Airlines said Omicron concerns will likely hit near-term demand, but the carrier sees a firmer rebound into the second half of the year.
Tech Leads Rebound, China Cuts Rates, Netflix, United Airlines and AMD - 5 Things You Must Know
Stocks futures bounce after tech falls into correction territory; China makes its second rate cut of the week as the PBOC is urged to 'hurry up' and support growth; United Airlines posts a narrower Q4 loss, but says Omicron will delay its near-term recovery; Netflix posts after-the-bell earnings with subscriber growth in focus and AMD shares slide after a downgrade from Piper Sandler.
Covid May See a Lull After Omicron, Helping Economy
Some experts predict a lull in the Covid pandemic after the omicron strain passes, with more people having immunity.
United Airlines Delays Adding Flights as Omicron Crimps Travel
Airline tops revenue estimates and posts narrower-than-expected fourth-quarter loss.
Cramer's Mad Money Recap 1/19: Bank of America, Morgan Stanley
Jim Cramer says this selloff isn't bad, it's creating a lot of buying opportunities in companies with brand loyalty.
Crypto Market Lost $1 Trillion in 72 Days - And It Might Not Be Over Yet.
The ongoing crash in the crypto market has shed roughly $1 trillion in value since November 8, and could decline further as "crypto winter" takes hold.
Citi Makes Wolfe List of Yield-Curve Steepening Stocks
Wolfe Research anticipates the yield curve will steepen for weeks and has created a list of stocks that could thrive as a result.
SEC Chair Gensler Facing Time Crunch to Reform Wall Street
Gary Gensler, the chair of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, is facing pressure to reform Wall Street.