HERE'S WHY ONE WALL STREET FIRM SIMULTANEOUSLY SLAPPED NEW 'BUY' RATINGS ON FACEBOOK AND ALPHABET

DENIS CHARLET / Contributor Facebook and Alphabet received simultaneous upgrades from the same Wall Street firm on Thursday.   Analysts from Stifel boosted the two tech companies' ratings from "hold" to "buy," while also raising their price targets.  The analysts cited strong revenue growth trends and a robust outlook for the digital advertising market as some of the main drivers for the upgrades.  Watch Facebook and Alp...

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