Research type: Wall Street Ratings

Nvidia plans to announce its earnings for Q3 of fiscal 2020 on November 14 after the bell. Analysts expect its revenue to fall 8.2% YoY to $2.92 billion.

In 2019, several high-profile tech IPOs made their debut in public markets. Let's look at what’s in store for them as we head towards 2020.

Micron (MU) stock fell in premarket trading today. It was down 1.34% as of 4:52 AM ET after UBS slashed its outlook. It also fell 2.5% on November 8.

Canada-based medical and recreational cannabis company, Aurora Cannabis (ACB) will report its Q1 fiscal 2020 results on November 14.

Chevron's (CVX) and ExxonMobil's (XOM) stocks have reacted differently to the companies' earnings releases on November 1.

Today, Jefferies raised Tesla stock’s (TSLA) target price to $400. Based on yesterday’s closing prices, TSLA stock represents a potential upside of 19%.

Credit Suisse upgraded its rating for Lowe’s (LOW) to “outperform” from “neutral.” Credit Suisse is optimistic about the company’s growth prospects.

Yesterday, the US and China agreed to cancel their imposed tariffs. The trade deal hopes could boost Marvell stock. Is now the time to buy?

Analysts reacted positively to Valero Energy's earnings. Raymond James raised its target price on the stock to $106 with an “outperform” rating.

Qualcomm stock rose as much as 6% in the extended trading on Wednesday due to its earnings results. The company posted upbeat fourth-quarter results.