BENZINGA PRO'S TOP 5 STOCKS TO WATCH FOR THURS., FEB. 27, 2020: MSFT, JCP, APT, BBY, TNXP

Benzinga Pro's Stocks To Watch For Thursday Microsoft (MSFT) - Shares were down 3.5% following a warning the company will not achieve its Q3 guidance for its "More Personal Computing" segment. The read more

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