Benzinga reviews the top stories covered by Barron’s this weekend. Here are the articles investors need to read.
In “The population of the world is increasing. These companies trying to promote crops will benefit,” writes Lauren Foster that, as the world’s population continues to grow, so will companies that help farmers increase their crop yields—such as Corteva Inc. CTVA, fmc Corporation fmc And Nutrients Limited, NTR — may see an increase in their share prices.
,AT&T cash flow disappoints but analysts remain bullish on dividend“by Lawrence C. Strauss Explains Why Investors Shouldn’t Be Worried About the Recent Decline” AT&T Tea Share price after the telecommunications giant’s lower-than-expected first-quarter earnings.
In “Ignore the noise around Tesla. stock is a good buywrites Al Root Tesla Inc. TSLA “Cars remain the cost leader in a part of the business that should conservatively grow fourfold between now and the end of the decade,” and advises investors to hold on to the company’s stock.
,AMC’s box-office results give Wall Street reason for hopeAs told by Angela Palumbo AMC Entertainment Holdings’ AMC First-quarter sales could beat estimates, thanks largely to the box-office success of movies like “The Super Mario Bros. Movie.”
In “Seagate stock’s recovery will be delayed, Morgan Stanley says,” Tae Kim writes to that data storage company Seagate Technology Holdings stx The bounce back may take longer due to a decrease in consumer demand for technology hardware.
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