· Apple and Amazon Make the Grade: The Week in Analysts' Reports →
Nikola (NKLA) - Get Report was upgraded to overweight from neutral by J.P. Morgan analyst Paul Coster, who affirmed his price target at $45.
· The Roberts Court Completes Trump’s Cover-Up →
In one opinion, Trump v. Mazars, the Court affirmed Congress’s subpoena power but sent the case back to lower courts for further litigation; in Trump v, Vance, it affirmed Vance’s authority to seek the records but sent the case back to the lower courts for further litigation.
· Netflix, HP, PayPal: Tech Stock Midday Movers →
Netflix (NFLX) - Get Report was rising 5.9% to $537.84 after Goldman Sachs analysts raised their price target on shares from $540 to a Wall Street high of $670 and affirmed their buy rating.
· Three Takeaways From the Supreme Court’s Decisions on Trump’s Tax and Financial Documents →
On one hand, the court unequivocally affirmed that the president can be investigated by Congress.
· Thai schools barred from cutting students’ long hair →
The ministry affirmed the right of school authorities to punish violators of newly liberalized hair length rules, but only with established measures that do not include haircuts, a ministry official said Friday.
· Netflix Price Target Boosted to Wall Street High at Goldman →
The investment firm affirmed its buy rating on the Los Gatos, Calif., company.
· Carnival higher on positive business update and securing additional financing →
The company expects to reduce its newbuild capital expenditures by over $600M for FY2020, monthly average cash burn rate is estimated to be ~$650M and affirms net loss in 2H20.
· Disney Parks' Reopening a Key Sign of Recovery: J.P. Morgan →
She affirmed an overweight rating on the shares.
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· Newark Artists, Thriving Amid Crisis and Catharsis →
“It’s very affirming when space is created to tell the truth about how you feel.”
· The Shifting Politics of Rohingya Refugees in Malaysia →
Najib’s recent remarks are telling: “The interest of Malaysians should come first…The Rohingya should not take advantage of our kindness.” Separately, Malaysian home minister also affirmed that the Rohingya have “no status, rights or basis to state demands from the Malaysian government,” which “does not recognize their status as refugees but as illegal immigrants holding UNHCR cards.”