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Nvidia will rip 24% higher as it dominates thriving semiconductor markets through 2021, Bank of America says

Uber will soar 22% next year before returning to pre-COVID ridership by early 2022, Wedbush says

Southwest will soar 47% as domestic focus and strong balance sheet outshine rivals, Goldman says

UBS: Nearly $1 trillion in mortgage debt could be delinquent this year as a 'prolonged credit crunch' looms

The stock market's biggest source of buying power is quickly fading and won't come back for years, new report says

These 3 kinds of stocks will be ripe for the picking in the second half of 2020, UBS says

Tesla has a new biggest bull on Wall Street — and their optimism around the firm's solar business has shares soaring

One of Beyond Meat's earliest bulls downgrades the stock, saying its soaring price bakes in 'plenty of potentially good news'

Apple investors should protect against earnings losses as expectations soar, JPMorgan says

Stocks are the most expensive since the 1980s based on one critical metric

BANK OF AMERICA: A 'melt-up' in stocks will push the market 5% higher by March

It's getting more difficult to freely trade stocks as investing turns into an 'extreme sport' — and Bank of America warns the worst is yet to come

Ravenous Black Friday shoppers drove the strongest early holiday sales in six years, Bank of America says

Wall Street is sounding the alarm as a key source of stock-market buying evaporates

Wall Street analysts are slashing their Netflix stock forecasts in expectation of a weak earnings report

These are the 5 companies Bank of America just added to its quarterly list of top climate-change stock picks

Third-quarter earnings season is on the horizon. These are the 7 companies best positioned to impress with their reports.

CITI: Gold could shatter $2,000, reach all-time high if recession risks continue

Hurricane Dorian could hit the insurance industry with more than $25 billion in losses, UBS says

Bank analysts are getting crushed in Europe — and smaller firms are getting hit the worst