Amazon price target hiked; German retailer stirs US supermarket wars; 'Wonder Woman' wows the box office—again

Here’s a look at some of the stocks the Yahoo Finance team will be watching for you today.

Amazon (AMZN) tops our list. Piper Jaffray remains bullish on the stock. The firm raised its price target by $150 to $1,200 a share and maintained its overweight rating. Piper Jaffray said it expects “little to no” slowdown in unit growth for the second quarter.

Time Warner (TWX) is in the spotlight after its Warner Bros’ “Wonder Woman” movie took the top spot at the box office for a second week in a row. The superhero film racked in an estimated $57.2 million in North American sales, blowing past Universal’s “The Mummy.”

And there’s some M&A action in the casino space. Gaming company Golden Entertainment (GDEN) is buying privately-held American Casino Entertainment, which owns casinos in Las Vegas and Arizona for $850 million.

Investors also tracking shares of Walmart (WMT) and other supermarket chains like Kroger (KR) this morning. That’s after the German discount retailer Aldi said it plans to dish out $3.4 billion to further expand in the US—opening 900 new locations over the next five years. The expansion will make Aldi the third-largest food retailer in the nation behind Kroger and Walmart.