Wall Street analysts name top stock picks for the third quarter

Citigroup, Bank of America and Barclays have named a raft of stocks they think could do well in the third quarter, as the specter of a recession continues to loom large in the minds of investors. The S&P 500 has gained about 4.6% so far this quarter, after a first half of the year that … Read more

Low volatility, dividend-paying global stocks beating the market

From multi-day losing streaks to overnight rallies, it has been a roller coaster ride for markets this year. For investors looking to ride out the unpredictability, CNBC PRO has screened for low-volatility stocks with income in the US and beyond, that have outperformed the beaten-down market. Stocks ended last week lower as markets weighed the … Read more

4 buy-rated global energy companies

Analysts at Goldman Sachs and Bank of America have picked their top energy stocks, with those involved in hydrogen, electric vehicles and renewables among their favorites. The sector certainly looks hot right now, with the iShares Global Energy ETF up around 30% year-to-date as investors react to sky-high energy prices. In a note from June … Read more

HSBC thinks these global energy stocks could be winners — and gives one upside of over 100%

HSBC says a "generational shift" in energy policy could be on the horizon— and names the stocks it thinks could benefit.

These buy-rated stocks have a proven history of staying stable in turbulent times

CNBC identified buy-rated stocks from the US and beyond that have a track record of stability when markets are going crazy.

Here's a bunch of Wall Street's top global stocks to own right now

Bank of America, Deutsche Bank and Bernstein have named their top stocks for the months ahead.

Bank of America names top stock picks as Russia-Ukraine conflict hastens Europe’s energy transition

Bank of America has named its top European energy stock picks as the region seeks to accelerate its pivot away from fossil fuels.

Goldman Sachs is loving these global energy stocks amid the market volatility

Goldman said several global energy stocks are about to take "center stage" as the West looks to reduce its reliance on Russian oil and gas.