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    Getty Images The majority of companies have now reported their earnings, revealing the winners and losers from the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Although many companies failed to meet analyst expectations, there are some notable exceptions. And with these fresh insights, analysts are reviewing their short-term and long-term take on the stocks they cover. In this unprecedented time, it makes sense to follow the stock picks of analysts with a proven track record of success. We used TipRanks analyst forecasting service to pinpoint Wall Street's best-performing analysts. These are the analysts with the highest success rate and average return measured on a one-year basis — factoring in the number of ratings made by each analyst. Here are the best-performing analysts' six favorite stocks right now:QualcommQualcomm...
    Satya Nadella, CEO of MicrosoftCNBC This earnings season investors have to balance spiking coronavirus levels against encouraging vaccine progress, rising unemployment and China trade tensions. That's on the macro level. On the micro level, some stocks look set to gain from current work-from-home trends, while for others, coronavirus-related disruptions spell disaster. In this unprecedented time, it makes sense to follow the stock picks of analysts with a proven track record of success. We used TipRanks analyst forecasting service to pinpoint Wall Street's best-performing analysts. These are the analysts with the highest success rate and average return measured on a one-year basis- and factoring in the number of ratings made by each analyst. Here are the best-performing analysts' six favorite stocks:ProofpointRBC Capital analyst Matthew...
    Investors have welcomed with open arms Almirall, the Catalan pharmaceutical company that this Monday made its debut on the Ibex 35 to replace Mediaset Spain. Their titles have jumped to the parquet at a price of 12.45 euros, and before the mid-session they have reached a disparity of around 5%, bordering on 13 euros per share, against the Ibex 35 -which loses more than 1%, below 7,400 points- and of almost all the values ​​of the selective that walk with red numbers in fear of new outbreaks of the coronavirus. Almirall leads – together with Siemens and Grifols – the top of the table, while at the opposite extreme are values ​​related to the tourism sector and the financial sector...