In case you missed it, here are some of Benzinga's top stories from Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018.
Under Armour: If The Downgrade Fits…
Another analyst turned bearish on shares of Under Armour, Inc UAA. Jayson Derrick describes the three reasons more downside is expected for the footwear and apparel maker, in “Protect This House? Macquarie Downgrades Under Armour.”
Helios And Matheson Analytics Inc HMNY shares continue to ride a wave of positive sentiment surrounding their investment in MoviePass. Wayne Duggan reviews the cinema-goer subscription service's head-turning user growth in “A Look At What MoviePass Has Accomplished In 6 Months.”
In “8 Stocks Getting Hit By Bitcoin's Regulatory Woes,” Jayson Derrick reports on the move lower Tuesday for crypto-related tickers like Riot Blockchain, Inc RIOT and DPW Holdings DPW amid growing concerns countries like France, South Korea, and China will soon intervene in the digital currency space.
Parsing Greenlight Capital’s Q4
Attention, all you coattail investors: Benzinga read through Greenlight Capital’s latest investor letter so you don’t have to. Learn more, in “Greenlight's Q4 Letter Reveals Another Tough Quarter For David Einhorn.”
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