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    In this article NCLH RCL LULU GNRC AMLX NKE NUE RCII CCL TWTR Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTPeople walk near the entrance to Nike store, May 25, 2022 in Moscow, Russia.Konstantin Zavrazhin | Getty Images News | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Nike – Nike shares dropped 12% after the sneaker giant said Thursday its inventory was overstocked, up 44% in its latest quarter. As a result it will offer more discounts to clear out the excess merchandise. Other retailers were also dragged down, with Lululemon Athletica and Under Armour losing almost 6% and nearly 5% respectively. Rent-A-Center – Shares of Rent-A-Center slipped 20% after the company slashed its current-quarter earnings guidance, saying that economic conditions have weighed on consumer traffic and payment patterns. Carnival Cruise – Shares of Carnival Cruise plunged nearly 20% after the company forecast a loss for the fourth quarter, saying high fuel prices and inflation will delay its return to profitability. Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Lines also slipped, falling 11% and 14%, respectively. Micron – Shares of...
    An employee arranges Apple iPhones as customer shop at an Apple store.Mike Segar | Reuters Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Apple — The big technology stock shed 5% following a rare downgrade by Bank of America. The bank downgraded shares of the iPhone maker to neutral and cut its price target to $160 a share from $185, citing macroeconomic challenges ahead.related investing newsCooling demand means raising prices becomes a test of how well companies know their customersRobert Huma day agoCarMax — The used auto dealer's shares plummeted 23.2% after it released second-quarter earnings below analyst expectations before the bell. The company's earnings per share dropped to $0.79, down about 54% from a year ago.PG&E — Shares of the utility company were down about 1.8% after the company asked California regulators for permission to make its non-nuclear generating assets a separate subsidiary. Coinbase — Coinbase shares slid 8% after Wells Fargo initiated coverage of the cryptocurrency company with an underweight rating and said a tough economic environment could hurt shares and profitability going forward. Bed Bath &...
    A Biogen facility in Cambridge, Massachusetts.Brian Snyder | Reuters Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Apple — Apple shares fell 3.4% on Wednesday following a report that the company is ditching plans to boost new iPhone production. Instead of aiming to increase output by 6 million units in the second half of the year as it had planned, it will shoot for 90 million units, unchanged from the prior year, according to Bloomberg. Biogen — Shares of the biopharmaceutical company soared 37% following upbeat results from its experimental Alzheimer's drug study and a slew of upgrades from analysts. Biogen and its Japanese partner Eisai said the drug reduced cognitive decline by 27% and slowed the progression of the disease. Broadridge — Spruce Point Capital Management issued report containing a strong sell opinion, saying it sees as much as 75% downside risk. Illumina — The biotech company saw shares climb 8% after Evercore ISI upgraded the stock to outperform from in line, saying it's bullish on Illumina's new products as it comes out of a "multi year underperformance"...
    In this article HTZ KDP LCID VLO NCLH RCLFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTAndrew Kelly | ReutersCheck out the companies making the biggest moves midday: Hertz — Shares of the rental rental company jumped 1.9% after the company announced a partnership with BP's electric vehicle charging unit that will put thousands of charging stations at Hertz locations. Many of the stations will be used to charge Hertz's growing fleet of electric vehicles, but some will be available for public use. Keurig Dr Pepper — The beverage company shed about 3% after being downgraded by Goldman Sachs to a neutral rating from a buy. The firm sees increased risk to Keurig's margins as commodity inflation remains elevated. Lucid — The electric vehicle stock climbed 1.4% on Tuesday after Cantor Fitzgerald initiated coverage of Lucid with an overweight rating. The investment firm said in a note to clients that Lucid's cars have a competitive advantage to peers in longer battery range and faster charging. Tesla — Tesla shares gained nearly 1% following a report from Electrek that the electric vehicle maker...
    In this article PCG LVS WYNN 9868-HK PLNTFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTAn exterior view shows Encore Las Vegas (L) and Wynn Las Vegas as the coronavirus continues to spread across the United States on March 15, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada.Ethan Miller | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Las Vegas Sands, Wynn Resorts — Shares of the casino operators both soared about 11% after Macao announced its plan to allow Chinese tour groups back in the casinos as soon as November. The Macau government said that it will resume visitation access from Mainland China through tours and e-visa in a few months. Jefferies upgraded the duo to buy from hold following the reopening announcement.related investing newsHere are Monday’s biggest analyst calls: Planet Fitness, Lyft and moreYun Li6 hours agoLi Auto, Xpeng — The Chinese electric vehicle makers all saw shares increase after Beijing announced an extension of tax breaks on electric vehicles. Xpeng went up about 3%. Li, a competitor, jumped about 5.5% despite cutting guidance for the third quarter. Chegg — Shares...
    In this article WFC ALLY AMD CAMP RTX LMT COSTFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTVisitors walk past a Boeing board during the Farnborough Airshow, in Farnborough, on July 18, 2022.Justin Tallis | AFP | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Boeing — The aerospace company was down 6% after it reached a $200 million settlement on charges of misleading investors following two of its jetliners being involved in deadly crashes.related investing newsHere are Friday's biggest analyst calls: Apple, Tesla, Coinbase, Domino's, Costco, Meta & moreMichael Bloom5 hours agoBMO upgrades Domino's Pizza, predicts 35% rebound in struggling stockCarmen Reinicke8 hours agoFedEx — Shares were down about 4% and hit a new 52-week low after the delivery company announced plans to increase rates between 6.9% and 7.9%. Costco — The wholesaler, which said it would not raise membership prices this week, saw shares drop 4%. Costco released earnings that beat expectations and showed year-over-year gains, but also said it was experiencing higher labor and freight costs. CalAmp — The software company plummeted 17% despite an earlier rally....
    In this article FDS DRI KBH NVAX 9961-HKFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTAn Olive Garden restaurant in Times Square in New York.Richard Levine | Corbis | Getty ImagesHere are the stocks making headlines in midday trading Thursday. Novavax — Shares of the drug maker tumbled 13.9% after JPMorgan downgraded Novavax to underweight from neutral. The banks also slashed its price target on the stock, citing dwindling demand for Covid-19 vaccines.related investing news3 of our stocks are in the news — here's our take on what's happeningKevin Stankiewicz21 hours agoHere are Wednesday's biggest analyst calls: Apple, Estee Lauder, Cisco, Micron, PayPal, Nvidia & moreMichael Blooma day agoMizuho downgrades Micron, says increasing competition and macro headwinds will pressure the stockAlex Harringa day agoDarden Restaurants — Shares of Olive Garden's parent company fell more than 4% after Darden's fiscal first-quarter results showed lighter-than-expected revenue. The company reported $1.56 in earnings per share on $2.45 billion of revenue. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv had penciled in $1.56 per share on $2.47 billion of revenue. Same store sales at Olive Garden rose just 2% year...
    In this article ACB-CA ANET NOCFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTGeneral Mills' Cheerios for sale on a store shelf.Lisa Baertlein | ReutersCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading Wednesday. Freyr Battery — Shares of the electric vehicle battery maker shot up 17.6% after Morgan Stanley said the company's price target was double where it is now. The bull estimate for the price was three times over its current price. Stitch Fix — Stitch Fix was up about 12%, even after the company posted downbeat quarterly numbers. The online styling company lost 89 cents per share in the previous quarter on a net revenue that was down 16% from the same quarter a year ago. General Mills — Shares of the food producer jumped 7% after the company posted a better-than-expected quarterly profit. General Mills also raised its full-year sales forecast amid higher prices and strong demand for cereal, snacks and pet food. Trupanion — The stock advanced 5.4% after Jefferies initiated coverage of Trupanion with a buy rating, saying the pet insurance company is well positioned for...
    In this article GM F LVS NVAX MRNA BNTX Ford Motor Company's electric F-150 Lightning on the production line at their Rouge Electric Vehicle Center in Dearborn, Michigan on September 8, 2022.Jeff Kowalsky | AFP | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading Tuesday. Change Healthcare – Shares of Change Healthcare jumped 6.4% after a federal judge said that UnitedHealth cannot take over the company. UnitedHealth slipped Tuesday on the news. Ford — The auto giant's stock dropped 10.6% after the company told investors that its third-quarter costs were $1 billion more than expected due to inflation and supply chain issues. Ford's operations were also impacted by a dock worker strike in the UK that began Tuesday. PayPal – The payments stock dropped 3.3% after Susquehanna downgraded PayPal to neutral from positive. Susquehanna said the growth of PayPal's Braintree unit is likely to hurt overall margins. BioNTech, Moderna — Shares of vaccine makers rebounded after slipping Monday, when President Joe Biden made a comment that the pandemic was over. BioNTech rose 1.2%, and Moderna gained 3.4%....
    In this article STKL ARRY OPEN PHM A worker at a Lennar home under construction.Justin Sullivan | Getty Images News | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making the biggest moves midday Monday: D.R. Horton, Lennar, PulteGroup — Homebuilder stocks moved higher on Monday after KeyBanc double upgraded the sector to overweight from underweight. Analyst Kenneth Zener said that homebuilders, which have underperformed this year, tend to rebound sooner and more sharply than the broader market. Shares of Lennar rose about 2%, while D.R. Horton gained over 2%, and PulteGroup jumped nearly 4%.related investing newsMorgan Stanley downgrades payments company NCR, says investors need clarity after split announcementSarah Min6 hours agoArray Technologies — The solar stock jumped over 3% after Piper Sandler upgraded Array Technologies to overweight from neutral, saying the company has more upside ahead on an improved forward outlook. SunOpta — Shares of SunOpta rallied more than 5% after being named a top pick by Cowen. Analyst Brian Holland, who has a buy rating on the stock, wrote in a note that "the company's agnostic posture and capital execution...
    In this article ADBE DECK WYNN FSR NSC NFLX PYPL HUM ARNC Adobe Systems world headquarters in downtown San Jose, Calif.Lisa Werner | Moment Mobile | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Netflix — The streaming stock gained 7% after Evercore ISI upgraded Netflix to an outperform rating and said its stock could rally more than 30% as it rolls out an ad-supported service and cracks down on password sharing.related investing newsHere are Thursday's biggest analyst calls: Tesla, Wynn, Netflix, Nordstrom, Marriott, Fisker & moreMichael Bloom4 hours agoAdobe — Adobe shares slumped 15% on news that it's acquiring a design software firm known as Figma for roughly $20 billion in cash and stock. The company beat earnings estimates for the period but shares mixed guidance for the current quarter. Oracle - Shares of the software company dropped another 2%, extending a 5% sell-off from the previous session on weak earnings. Oracle's earnings came in at $1.03 per share, adjusted, compared to the $1.07 per share expected by analysts, according to Refinitiv. Its revenue met expectations,...
    In this article NUE SBUX NKLA TWLO COTY MRNA A cup of Starbucks coffee sits on a table in a cafe.Joel Boh | ReutersCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Starbucks — Shares jumped 6% after the coffee chain raised its long-term financial forecast on Tuesday, and said it expects double-digit growth for revenue and per-share earnings as it makes changes to its cafes.related investing newsHere are Wednesday's biggest analyst calls: Apple, Coinbase, SoFi, Tesla, Netflix, Target & moreMichael Bloom5 hours agoNikola — Nikola leapt 10% after BTIG upgraded shares to buy from neutral, saying the electric vehicle company is "well positioned" to get a boost from truck decarbonization. Nucor — Shares tumbled 9.6% after the steel producer issued disappointing guidance for its third quarter, saying that it expects earnings to be in the range of $6.30 to $6.40 per diluted share. Twilio — Shares of Twilio rose 12% after the company said it's laying off 11% of its workforce, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The cloud communications software company, which is...
    In this article GILD TWTR BMY BILL Dado Ruvic | ReutersCheck out the companies making the biggest moves midday Monday: Gilead Sciences — Shares of Gilead rose 3.8% after the biopharmaceutical company revealed it settled a patent case over its HIV therapies with five generic drugmakers.related investing newsHere are Monday's biggest analyst calls of the day: Apple, Costco, Carvana, Walmart, Exxon & moreMichael Bloom4 hours agoNewmont can jump 20% as gold miner's new projects drive growth, Goldman Sachs saysSarah Min6 hours agoTwitter — Shares of Twitter slipped 2% after the company said in a regulatory filing that Elon Musk's latest attempt to cancel the deal to buy the social media group is invalid. Most recently, Musk attempted to terminate the purchase citing Twitter's treatment of a whistleblower. Carvana — Carvana surged 7.8% after it was upgraded to overweight from neutral by Piper Sandler. Analyst Alexander Potter called the stock "grossly undervalued" and believes Carvana could double from current levels. Newmont — The gold mining company gained 2.6% after Goldman Sachs initiated coverage of the stock with a buy rating....
    In this article REGN RH TSLA CAT The Kroger supermarket chain's headquarters is shown in Cincinnati, Ohio.Lisa Baertlein | ReutersCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading Friday. Zscaler — Zscaler surged 20% after reporting strong earnings in its most recent quarter. The company posted adjusted earnings of 25 cents per share on $318 million in revenue. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv were expecting earnings of 20 cents per share on revenues of $305 million. DocuSign — Shares jumped 9.9% after the electronic agreement company's quarterly numbers topped analyst expectations. DocuSign's revenue guidance for the third quarter was also above expectations, and its full-year outlook was in line with estimates. Regeneron Pharmaceuticals — The pharmaceutical stock gained 3.5% after Morgan Stanley upgraded shares to overweight from equal weight following the release of positive results from its eye drug trial. Regeneron soared nearly 19% the prior day on the back of those results. Lyft — The ride-hailing company popped 5.8% amid rumors on social media platforms that Lyft could be an acquisition target. The stock jumped 17% the prior day. Kroger...
    The logo and trading symbol for Twitter is displayed on a screen on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, July 11, 2022.Brendan McDermid | Reuters Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. UiPath — The stock tumbled 12.9% after UiPath issued weaker-than-expected third-quarter and full-year revenue guidance. Still, the robotic process automation software company beat earnings and revenue expectations in its most recent quarter.related investing newsHere are Wednesday's biggest analyst calls: Apple, Pinterest, Amazon, Bed Bath & Beyond & moreMichael Bloom4 hours agoWolfe Research upgrades Pinterest, cites long-term user and monetization growth under new CEOSarah Min6 hours agoNorwegian Cruise Lines weakness opens up long-term buying opportunity, Stifel saysSarah Mina day agoCoupa Software — Coupa Software climbed 13% after posting earnings that exceeded expectations in its most recent quarter, as well as outlining strong full-year earnings and revenue guidance. ChargePoint — ChargePoint spiked 8.2% after Credit Suisse initiated coverage of the operator of electric vehicle charging stations with a buy rating, saying shares can jump roughly 50% from here. The firm's analyst...
    In this article ILMN NEE BBBY DWAC FedEx trucks at Indianapolis International Airport in Indianapolis, Indiana.Kaiti Sullivan | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making the biggest moves midday Tuesday: Illumina — Shares of the biotech company rose 3.5% after Illumina said it plans to appeal a decision by the European Commission prohibiting the company's acquisition of Grail. That decision follows last week's ruling by a U.S. Federal Trade Commission judge in favor of the deal. Digital World Acquisition Corp — Shares of the blank-check acquisition company, which agreed to merge with Donald Trump's social media company Trump Media & Technology group, plunged nearly 15%. The move came on the heels of a Reuters report that Digital World Acquisition failed to secure enough shareholder support for a one-year extension to close the deal. Bed Bath & Beyond — The beaten-down stock continued its losing streak, falling another 16.7%. On Tuesday, the home-goods retailer appointed its chief account officer as interim CFO after his predecessor, Gustavo Arnal, died by suicide Friday. Alibaba — Shares of Chinese e-commerce company slid...
    People walk near a Kohl's department store entranceway on June 07, 2022 in Doral, Florida.Joe Raedle | Getty Images Check out the companies making the biggest moves midday: Kohl's — Shares of the retailer jumped 7.8% after a Reuters report that private equity firm Oak Street Real Estate Capital has made an offer to acquire as much as $2 billion of Kohl's property and have the retailer lease back its stores. Reuters cited people familiar with the matter. Broadcom — Broadcom shares advanced more than 4% after the chipmaker reported quarterly earnings and revenue that exceeded analyst forecasts and issued stronger-than-expected revenue guidance for the current quarter. The company's CEO, Hock Tan, also said it's expecting strong demand to continue this quarter. Lululemon — Shares of apparel company surged nearly 9% after Lululemon's earnings cruised past analyst estimates for the second quarter. The company reported $2.20 in adjusted earnings per share on $1.87 billion in revenue. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv were expecting $1.87 in earnings per share and $1.77 billion of revenue. Comparable sales rose 23% year over year, and...
    In this article BBBY NTNX FIVE OKTA NVDA A Nvidia logo is seen on the company's building at an industry park on February 7, 2019 in Tianjin, China.VCG | Visual China Group | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Nvidia — Nvidia's stock sank more than 11% amid news that the government is restricting the sale of some of its chips to China. Shares of Advanced Micro Devices, which was also ordered to stop selling artificial intelligence chips to China, fell 6%. Micron Technology lost more than 1%. Broadcom dropped more than 2%, and Qualcomm slid 4%. Bed Bath & Beyond – Shares of home retailer and meme stock fell about 7.5% midday after a handful of analysts said its turnaround plan, announced Wednesday, isn't enough to fix its struggling business. Raymond James downgraded the stock Thursday, saying new financing and company plans to close stores and lay off employees "only kicks the can down the road."  Hormel Foods - Shares of Hormel dropped nearly 7% after lowering its earnings outlook for the year. The maker of Spam and Skippy,...
    Reuters Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Bed Bath & Beyond — Shares of the beleaguered retailer tumbled 19.8% after it outlined a strategic plan that only confirmed investor fears that the company will struggle to turn around its business. Bed Bath also filed to sell an undisclosed amount of stock in the future. Express — Express shares plunged more than 19% after reporting quarterly revenue of $464.4 million, compared to StreetAccount estimates of $479.6 million. The apparel retailer, wh aichlso cut its full-year guidance, cited challenging macroeconomic conditions. Rocket Lab USA — Shares surged 8.2% after Cowen upgraded the company to outperform from market perform, saying that the shares have more than 50% upside. According to Cowen, Rocket Lab is the leader in the space launch market. Snap — The social media company saw its shares rise 7% after it announced a restructuring plan that includes a 20% cut in its staff and a new chief operating officer. The changes come after Snap reported disappointing second-quarter earnings and said it would not provide guidance for its...
    In this article BBBY BIG NKLA FANG JACK BBY FSLR A customer exits a Big Lots store in Clifton, New Jersey.Emile Wamsteker | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Big Lots – Shares jumped 7.8% after the discount retailer posting a smaller-than-expected loss for the recent quarter. Revenue also beat expectations and comparable store sales fell 9.2% year over year, but beat analysts' expectations of a wider decline. Best Buy – Shares of Best Buy gained 2.9% after the retailer reported results before the bell Tuesday that beat Wall Street's expectations on the top and bottom lines. First Solar – First Solar hit a 52-week high on Tuesday, with shares last up 0.4%. Earlier in the day, the solar technology company announced it will invest up to $1 billion in building a new solar panel manufacturing facility in the U.S. The key catalyst for the move, as well as an additional $185 million upgrade to existing facilities, were the tax incentives from the Inflation Reduction Act, its CEO said. Lucid, Nikola – Shares...
    The Netflix logo is seen on a TV remote controller, in this illustration taken January 20, 2022.Dado Ruvic | Reuters Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Catalent Inc. – Shares of pharmaceutical company Catalent fell 8% after earnings that disappointed Wall Street. While Catalent beat expectations for earnings, its revenue and full-year outlook were below estimates. Dow - The chemical maker dropped 2% after KeyBanc downgraded it to underweight from sector weight. The bank said in a note that an economic slowdown, especially in Europe, could hurt demand for Dow and squeeze the company's profit margins. Honda Motor - Shares of Honda moved 1.3%  higher after it joined forces with LG Energy Solution to build a new battery production plant for electric vehicles in the U.S. The companies, who plan to invest $4.4 billion, aim to begin mass production of advanced lithium-ion battery cells by the end of 2025.  Pinduoduo — Pinduoduo surged 18% after topping estimates in the recent quarter on the top and bottom lines. The China-based e-commerce giant said a recovery in consumer sentiment...
    In this article SGEN PTON FTCH AFRM Electronic Arts (EA) signage is displayed on the back of a chair at the company's campus in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.Ben Nelms | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesElectronic Arts (EA) signage is displayed on the back of a chair at the company's campus in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.Ben Nelms | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Affirm — Shares of the provider of buy now, pay later services tanked more than 20% after the company reported a larger-than-expected quarterly loss. Affirm also issued a disappointing outlook, but it did post quarterly revenue that topped Wall Street estimates. Farfetch — Shares of online luxury retailer jumped almost 30% after the company reported quarterly earnings that beat analyst expectations. Farfetch posted a smaller-than-expected loss and more revenue than estimated. Peloton — Peloton shares continued to decline, shedding almost 5% Friday. The connected fitness equipment maker closed down 20% on Thursday after reporting slumping sales and widening losses for its fiscal fourth quarter. The latest stock moves came after Peloton...
    In this article PTON CRM SNOW SOFI Erin Scott | ReutersCheck out the companies making the biggest moves midday: Peloton — Shares of Peloton plunged over 17% after the company reported quarterly results Thursday showing a wider than anticipated loss and declining revenue. The company also did not give an outlook for its next fiscal year. Salesforce — Shares of the enterprise software maker dropped about 5.6% after the company gave a disappointing forecast for fiscal 2023. Salesforce did report earnings and revenue that topped analysts' estimates, while approving a $10 billion stock buyback program, a first for the company. Snowflake –Snowflake shares surged 20% after beating Wall Street's revenue estimates in the recent quarter. The cloud data platform provider said product revenue grew 83% year over year. Splunk — Splunk shares dropped 11% after reporting earnings after the bell Wednesday, despite posting better-than-expected revenue. The big-data company noted headwinds affected the quarter. CNBC's Jim Cramer believes the stock "is in the crosshairs of Snowflake." Figs- Figs shares jumped more than 8% after billionaire investor Ron Baron said on...
    In this article PTON JWN BBBY TOL PDD A man walks in front of a Peloton store in Manhattan on May 05, 2021 in New York.John Smith | Corbis News | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Bed Bath & Beyond – Shares of Bed Bath & Beyond surged 14% on a Wall Street Journal report that the retailer had secured new financing that would help boost its liquidity. Peloton – Shares jumped 18% after news that Peloton struck a deal to sell some of its fitness equipment and accessories on Amazon's U.S. e-commerce site. The move is an attempt to broaden Peloton's consumer base after revenue growth slowed from pandemic highs. The stock is down more than 60% year to date. Toll Brothers – Shares of the luxury home builder rose 2.6% despite a revenue miss in the recent quarter and a cut to its delivery guidance amid supply chain disruptions and labor issues. Toll Brothers topped earnings expectations by 5 cents a share. Nordstrom – Nordstrom tumbled 18% after cutting its financial forecast...
    In this article ZM PANW MDT Source: NasdaqCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading Tuesday. Zoom Video — Zoom sank more than 14% after missing on revenue estimates for the previous quarter due to a strong dollar. The video conferencing company also cut its forecast for the full year amid slowing revenue growth. Twitter – Shares of the social media network fell 6% after a whistleblower at the company filed complaints with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Federal Trade Commission and Justice Department alleging "extreme, egregious deficiencies by Twitter" related to privacy, security and content moderation. Palo Alto Networks – Shares of Palo Alto Networks jumped 11% after the company reported an earnings beat Monday, driven by strong billings up 44% in the quarter. The cybersecurity company also raised its quarterly and full-year guidance, boosted its buyback program and announced the approval of a 3-for-1 stock split. Macy's - Shares of the department store rose more than 4% after the retailer reported a fiscal second-quarter profit and revenue that topped analysts' expectations. Macy's also teased that its digital marketplace, which was announced last...
    In this article WYNN AMZN CRM NVDA Netflix is expanding its push into mobile gaming.Sopa Images | Lightrocket | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making the biggest moves midday Monday: AMC — Shares of the theater chain dropped 38% as investors weighed the company's new preferred share class and news that rival Cineworld that it was considering bankruptcy. AMC's new APE units were trading at roughly $7.50 per share, offsetting the large losses for the common stock. Bed Bath & Beyond, GameStop — Other meme-stock favorites Bed Bath & Beyond and GameStop also dropped. Bed Bath & Beyond fell more than 9% as investors continued to react to news investor Ryan Cohen had sold his shares and a report that certain suppliers have halted shipments to the retailer because of unpaid bells. GameStop followed along, declining about 4%. Signify Health — Shares of the home health services provided jumped 33% after The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg News reported that Amazon is among the bidders for the company. CVS and UnitedHealth are also reportedly making bids. Shares of Amazon...
    In this article CSCO BBBY BJ WOLF WBA A customer walks through an aisle of a BJ's Wholesale Club Inc. store in Falls Church, Virginia, U.S.Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making the biggest moves midday: Cisco Systems — Shares of the networking equipment producer jumped 5.8%. The company reported earnings after the bell on Wednesday that beat estimates. Cisco also provided a better-than-expected forecast for 2023. Bed Bath & Beyond — The latest favored meme stock, which has surged in August, dropped over 20%. Investors appeared to be reacting to activist investor Ryan Cohen's filing that he intends to sell his entire stake in the company. Kohl's — Kohl's shares sank about 5% after the retailer slashed its financial forecast for the year, citing inflation pressures on middle-income customers. The company expects net sales in fiscal 2022 down 5% to 6%, down from a prior range of flat to up 1%. However, Kohl's beat analysts' expectations for fiscal second-quarter profit and revenue. BJ's Wholesale — Shares of the club retailer popped more than 7% on...
    In this article A ADI TTWO TDOC SAN-FR BBBY TGT DNUT Scott Olson | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making the biggest moves midday: Target — Shares of the retailer slid more than 2% after its earnings missed Wall Street expectations by a wide margin. The company said its quarterly profit fell almost 90% from a year ago. However, Target reiterated its full-year forecast and said it is now positioned for a rebound. Bed Bath & Beyond — Shares of the meme stock jumped about 22% on Wednesday, continuing a torrid August rally for the challenged retailer. The stock has seen abnormally high trading volume and is the most popular topic on Reddit page WallStreetBets. Krispy Kreme — The doughnut chain slid 13% midday after it reported quarterly results that included lower-than-expected profit and revenue. The company also said it has seen significant deceleration in commodity costs in recent weeks. Weber — Shares of the grill maker dropped more than 8% after Citi downgraded Weber to sell from neutral. The company's weak sales outlook and dwindling cash on hand...
    In this article BBBY HD NUN-MX SNOW ALLY BHP Vehicles pass a Walmart store in Torrance, California, on Sunday, May 15, 2022.Bing Guan | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Walmart, Home Depot — The retailers' shares rose about 5% each after both companies reported better-than-expected earnings for the most recent quarter. That lifted other retail stocks, which led market gains. Bath & Body Works jumped 6%. Target and Best Buy each added about 5%. Ross Stores, Lowe's and TJX Companies climbed about 3% each. Bed Bath & Beyond — The home retailer's shares skyrocketed about 64%. At its highest, shares added more than 70% to touch an intraday high of $28.60 Tuesday amid multiple trading halts due to volatility. The rally came as retail traders active on social media piled into the stock, encouraged by news that GameStop chairman Ryan Cohen placed another bet on the struggling retailer. Nu Holdings — Shares of the Warren Buffett-backed digital banking company surged more than 23% after the firm reported quarterly revenue that rose 230% from...
    In this article MRO GILD FCX MRNA Disney World celebrated its 50th anniversary in April 2022.Aaronp/bauer-griffin | Gc Images | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading Monday. Poshmark — Shares of the secondhand fashion retailer jumped 15% after Barclays upgraded them to overweight from equal weight. The firm said it sees more than 40% potential upside for the stock, especially if consumers trade down in a recession. Disney – Shares of the entertainment company gained 2.8% after Daniel Loeb's Third Point took a new stake in the giant. In a letter to Disney CEO Bob Chapek, the activist investor said there is a strong case that sports network ESPN should be spun off. Loeb also called on Disney to accelerate integrating streamer Hulu. Vroom – Shares of automotive sales platform Vroom shed 6% after JPMorgan said it's time to sell the company, which has shed more than 80% this year so far. The firm took a bearish stance on the used car industry as well, seeing it struggling in a potential recession. Unity, AppLovin – Unity Software fell...
    Exercise equipment and apparel for sale at the Peloton showroom in Dedham, Massachusetts, U.S., on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021.Adam Glanzman | Bloomberg | Getty Images Check out the companies making the biggest moves midday: Peloton — Shares of Peloton jumped 6% after the company told employees it was cutting about 780 jobs, raising prices on some equipment and closing a number of retail stores. Illumina — The gene-sequencing technology company dropped more than 9% after reporting lower-than-expected second-quarter profit and revenue. Illumina also issued an outlook that fell short of analyst estimates. New York Times — Shares of the newspaper fell 3%, retreating from a near 11% rally in the previous session. Thursday's rally came after activist investor ValueAct Capital took a 6.7% stake, pushing the publisher to charge more for subscriber-only content. Toast — Shares of the payment tech company jumped more than 12% after it raised its earnings outlook for the year. The company also reported a loss for the latest quarter, but it was narrower than what analysts had anticipated. Rivian — Shares of the electric vehicle...
    In this article CAHCustomers are socially distanced on rides like the Wonder Woman: Lasso of Truth at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey.Kenneth Kiesnoski/CNBCCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Six Flags — Shares dropped more than 22% after the theme park company sharply missed second-quarter earnings expectations. Six Flags reported earnings of 53 cents per share on revenue of $435 million. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv forecast earnings of $1.01 per share on revenue of $519 million. The theme park operator attributed the miss to weak attendance, or a 22% drop in visitors. Walt Disney – Disney shares jumped about 5.5% after the company posted better-than-expected results for the quarter on the top and bottom lines, helped by strong attendance at its theme parks and better-than-expected streaming numbers. The company also revealed a new pricing structure for its streaming service that includes an ad-supported tier. Pharma stocks –Shares of Pfizer, GSK and Sanofi slipped 3.5%, 9.8% and 3.3% respectively as investors watched ongoing litigation around Zantac, a recalled heartburn medication. The drug was pulled from shelves in 2020...
    Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.Coinbase reported a 27% decline in revenues in the first quarter as usage of the platform dipped.Chesnot | Getty ImagesCoinbase – Shares of the crypto services operator jumped about 6% despite the company reporting a wider-than-expected loss late Tuesday and a decline in volumes in the most recent quarter. The raly coincided with a move higher in bitcoin after a key inflation reading showed a better-than-expected slowdown in rising prices. Wendy's – The restaurant chain saw its shares fall more than 2% after reporting a revenue miss. U.S. same-restaurant sales rose 2.3% — less than analysts had estimated — as consumers spent more cautiously. Wendy's earnings in the latest quarter topped estimates, however. Roblox – Shares of the video game platform were down 5% in midday trading after postmarket earnings Tuesday missed analyst expectations. Roblox's quarterly loss was wider than expected and its bookings, which include sales recognized during the quarter and deferred revenue, declined by 4% year over year. Twitter – The social media company climbed more than 3% after Elon Musk disclosed the sale...
    A view of the Norwegian Encore cruise ship during its inaugural sailing from PortMiami, which took place from Nov. 21-24, 2019.Orlando Sentinel | Tribune News Service | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Norwegian Cruise Line — Shares sank nearly 12% on Tuesday after the company reported second-quarter results that missed Wall Street's expectations and showed occupancy rates of only 65%, compared to more than 100% in the same quarter in 2019. In addition, the cruise line said that it wouldn't return to pre-pandemic occupancy levels until next year, signaling losses will continue. Micron Technology — The chipmaker's shares lost 5% after the company reported a decline in demand for its DRAM and NAND chips and said it expects a challenging market environment in in the fiscal fourth quarter of 2022 and fiscal first quarter 2023. Several other chip stocks fell with Micron. Applied Materials, On Semiconductor and Teradyne each fell about 7%. Signet Jewelers — The jeweler saw shares fall about 11.5% after it cut its financial forecast for the second quarter and full-year...
    In this article CVS GS An AMC theatre is pictured amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., January 27, 2021.Carlo Allegri | ReutersCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Bed Bath & Beyond, AMC — Shares surged 41% and 13% respectively as social media traders appeared to invest in the two meme stocks, even without an apparent catalyst. Signify Health — The stock jumped 13% following a Wall Street Journal report, citing people familiar with the matter, that CVS Health is planning a bid for the home health services company. First Solar — First Solar jumped 5% after Goldman Sachs upgraded shares to overweight from neutral. The bank said the solar technology stock should benefit from the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act and upped its price target to $126 from $83 a share. Rhythm Pharmaceuticals — The biopharma stock gained 7% after Goldman Sachs upgraded it to buy from neutral, saying shares could rally about 40% following successful trials of its obesity medicine. Barrick Gold —...
    In this article SPCE IRBT LYFT CVNA WBD Confetti falls as Lyft CEO Logan Green (C) and President John Zimmer (LEFT C) ring the Nasdaq opening bell celebrating the company's initial public offering (IPO) on March 29, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. The ride hailing app company's shares were initially priced at $72.Mario Tama / Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading Friday. Warner Bros. Discovery — The media company's stock cratered 15.8% after Warner Brothers posted its first earnings report since its merger. Warner Bros. Discovery also said it plans to combine its HBO Max and Discovery+ streaming services. Lyft — Lyft soared 14.2% after sharing an unexpected profit for the recent quarter. Revenue fell in-line with estimates. Beyond Meat — The plant-based meat maker's stock soared 22.7% even after the company shared results for the recent quarter that missed on the top and bottom lines. Beyond Meat also said its cutting 4% of its workforce. Carvana — Shares of the online used-car seller soared 32.5% on Friday as the company said it would aggressively...
    In this article UBER TAP CAT An Uber banner on the New York Stock Exchange on the day of Uber's IPO, May 10, 2019.Source: NYSECheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading Tuesday. Uber Technologies — Uber shares popped 17.6% after the ride-hailing giant reported a quarterly revenue that beat analyst expectations. The company's revenue came in at $8.07 billion, topping a Refinitiv consensus forecast of $7.39 billion. Still, Uber also reported a big loss per share. Pinterest — Shares of the image-sharing company surged 12% on the back of better-than-expected user numbers. Activist investor Elliott Management also confirmed separately that it's Pinterest's top investor and said it has "conviction in the value-creation opportunity" at the company. All that said, Pinterest's earnings and revenue missed estimates for the second quarter, and the company gave weak guidance for the third quarter. Marathon Petroleum — Shares advanced 4% after the refining company reported second-quarter earnings that exceeded profit and revenue estimates, boosted by the surge in oil prices. Gartner — Shares of the research and consulting company gained 6.9% after Gartner topped earnings and...
    In this article 9866-HK AMD GPN CHKP Displays outside the Nasdaq MarketSite are pictured as dating app operator Bumble Inc. (BMBL) made its debut on the Nasdaq stock exchange during the company's IPO in New York City, New York, U.S., February 11, 2021.Mike Segar | ReutersCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading Monday. Boeing — Shares of the plane maker rallied more than 7% after CNBC reported the Federal Aviation Administration has approved inspection protocol revisions that should allow the jet maker to resume deliveries of its 787 Dreamliner. Separately, Boeing defense workers will vote on a new proposed labor agreement on Wednesday, aiming to avert a strike. Target — The retail stock rose more than 2% after Wells Fargo upgraded Target to overweight from equal weight. The firm said investors are too down on the stock, which it considers a "proven share gainer." PerkinElmer — Shares of PerkinElmer jumped more than 6% after the diagnostics and life sciences company reported better-than-expected sales and profit for the second quarter. It also announced plans to divest some of...
    In this article ROKU AMZN AAPL People pass by a video sign display with the logo for Roku, a Fox-backed video streaming firm, that held it's IPO at the Nasdaq Marketsite in New York, September 28, 2017.Brendan McDermid | ReutersCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading Friday. Amazon — Shares of the e-commerce giant jumped more than 11%, giving the broader market a boost, after the company reported better-than-expected second-quarter revenue and issued an optimistic outlook. Revenue growth of 7% in the second quarter topped estimates, bucking the trend among its Big Tech peers. Roku — Roku shares plummeted 25% after the streaming company reported disappointing results for the second quarter, as it faces a slowdown in advertising. The company shared disappointing guidance for the current quarter, noting that dwindling ad spending and recessionary fears could continue to impact its business going forward. Apple — Shares of Apple rose 3% after the company beat Wall Street profit and revenue forecasts, and CEO Tim Cook said he expects growth to accelerate despite "pockets of softness." Sales of its iPhone saw...
    In this article CMCSAIn this photo illustration, a silhouetted woman holds a smartphone with the Meta Platforms, Inc. logo displayed on the screen.Rafael Henrique | Lightrocket | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Bausch Health – Trading in the pharmaceutical company's shares was halted after the stock dipped 50%. A Delaware federal court judge issued an oral order regarding patent litigation over Xifaxan, Bausch's drug that treats irritable bowel syndrome and diarrhea. The order could pave the way for generic competition for the drug in the late 2024 to 2025 time frame, according to JPMorgan. The bank downgraded Bausch on the litigation update, dropping its rating to neutral from overweight. Wingstop – The fast casual restaurant chain's shares surged 22% following an earnings beat in the second quarter. Wingstop posted adjusted earnings of 45 cents per share, and topped estimates of 36 cents, according to Refinitiv. The company missed revenue estimates but reaffirmed its guidance for the full year. Meta Platforms – Shares of the Facebook parent company slid 6.6% on the back of disappointing quarterly results....
    Signage is displayed outside a Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. restaurant in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Monday, July 20, 2020. Chipotle is scheduled to release earnings figures on July 22.David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Chipotle Mexican Grill– Shares of Chipotle surged more than 16% after the restaurant chain reported quarterly earnings Tuesday after the bell. Profits improved mostly due to price hikes to offset inflation, and the company said another increase is coming in August. UBS on Wednesday reiterated Chipotle as a buy following the results. Alphabet — The Google parent jumped 6% after showing strong year-over-year search revenue growth in the recent quarter. Despite a miss on the top and bottom lines, results were better than feared. Microsoft — The Windows and Xbox maker climbed more than 4% after issuing a rosy income forecast for the year ahead. However, Microsoft reported quarterly results that missed analysts' expectations on both its top and bottom lines. Microsoft turned in the slowest revenue growth since 2020, at 12% year over...
    In this article MMM WMT GE Vehicles pass a Walmart store in Torrance, California, on Sunday, May 15, 2022.Bing Guan | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading Tuesday. Walmart – Shares of Walmart slid more than 7% after the company cut its quarterly and full-year outlook, saying that inflation is shifting consumer spending towards essentials and away from things such as clothing and electronics. The news also dragged other retail stocks such as Target, Kohl's, Amazon and Costco lower. Shopify – Shares dropped 15.8% after the e-commerce company said it is laying off about 1,000 employees, or roughly 10% of its workforce. Shopify cited a pullback in online spending after a pandemic boom. 3M–3M jumped 6.2% after the company posted quarterly earnings that beat Wall Street's expectations. The company also announced Tuesday that it will spin off its health-care business into its own publicly traded entity. General Electric – General Electric climbed more than 6% after the industrial giant posted a beat in quarterly earnings. The company's quarterly profit and cash flow were...
    In this article NEM JD RYAAY Ryanair planes are seen at Dublin Airport, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Dublin, Ireland.Jason Cairnduff | ReutersCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading Monday. Newmont — Newmont shares tumbled 11.9% after the mining company reported a disappointing second-quarter profit. The company reported earnings of 46 cents per share, compared to a Refinitiv consensus forecast of 63 cents per share. World Wrestling Entertainment — Shares of World Wrestling Entertainment jumped more than 7% after Loop Capital upgraded and raised its price target on them "based on a greater likelihood that the company is sold with Vince McMahon stepping down." McMahon, WWE's top shareholder, is being investigated for sexual misconduct claims and stepped down as CEO on Friday. JD.com — The Chinese e-commerce company climbed 2% after Morgan Stanley named JD.com a "catalyst-driven idea." The Wall Street firm said it's particularly bullish on JD.com heading into earnings in August, as revenue growth is expected to accelerate from June's level. Ryanair — Shares of Ryanair surged more than 4% after the budget airline...
    In this article MAT VZ STX SNAP AXP Signage for Snap Inc., parent company of Snapchat, adorns the front of the New York Stock Exchange, March 2, 2017 in New York City.Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. American Express — Shares of the credit card company climbed 2.9% as growth in travel and entertainment spending helped American Express beat Wall Street estimates. The company reported $2.57 in earnings per share on $13.40 billion of revenue in the second quarter. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv had penciled in $2.41 per share on $12.50 billion of revenue. Snap — Snap plunged 38% after the company reported disappointing results in the second quarter. The Snapchat parent company, which also said it plans to slow hiring, cited Apple iOS changes and slowing demand for its online advertising platform among the reasons for the miss on the top and bottom lines. Snap got hit by a wave of Wall Street downgrades on the back of the results. Tech stocks — The stocks of tech companies that are reliant on online advertising...
    In this article PM DHR T TSLA AAL A woman walks by an AT&T store in Washington D.C.Ting Shen | Xinhua News Agency | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Danaher – Shares of the medical conglomerate jumped more htan 88% after the company reported better-than-expected earnings and revenue for its most recent quarter, citing higher sales that helped offset an increase in its expenses. Danaher posted adjusted earnings of $2.76 per share on revenue of $7.75 billion, compared to expected earnings of $2.35 per share on revenue of $7.3 billion, according to Refinitiv. Tesla – Tesla rose more than 9% a day after the automaker reported earnings that were slightly better than Wall Street expected in the second quarter. Tesla posted adjusted earnings of $2.27 per share on $16.93 billion in revenue, compared to expected earnings of $1.81 per share on revenue of $17.10 billion, according to Refinitiv. AT&T – Shares of the telecom giant plunged more than 7% after AT&T trimmed its free cash flow guidance for the full year. AT&T topped...
    In this article WYNN ELV NFLX BKR BIIB LVS The Netflix logo is seen on their office in Hollywood, California.Lucy Nicholson | ReutersCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Netflix — Shares of the streaming company popped 4.4% a day after Netflix posted a smaller-than-expected subscriber loss in the recent quarter. Netflix reported a beat on earnings but a miss on revenue. Casino stocks — Shares of Las Vegas Sands and Wynn Resorts rose 3.3% and 2.3%, respectively. The action followed a report from Reuters that Macau will reopen casinos on Saturday as it gradually eases back on Covid restrictions. Bath & Body Works — Bath & Body Works' shares slipped more than 1% after the personal care retailer trimmed its guidance for the second quarter and full year. The company cited macroeconomic issues among the reason for the cut. Baker Hughes — Shares plunged more than 8% after the oilfield services company reported disappointing second-quarter earnings. Baker Hughes reported earnings of 11 cents per share, which is half of what analysts were expecting, according to consensus...
    In this article GS IBM BA IBM CEO Arvind Krishna appears at a panel session at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on May 24, 2022.Hollie Adams | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading Tuesday. IBM – Shares of IBM slipped 6.6% after the tech company warned of a potential $3.5 billion hit from a strong U.S. dollar. That warning overshadowed better-than-expected earnings and revenue for the previous quarter. Boeing – Shares of the aerospace giant rose nearly 4%, continuing an upward trend for the stock, after Boeing announced several deals for plane orders. The deals include an order for five 787 Dreamliners from AerCap and orders for 737 Max jets from Aviation Capital Group and 777 Partners. Shares of Boeing are up more than 10% in July. Chipmakers – Semiconductor stocks jumped ahead of a key Senate vote on the CHIPS act, which could come as early as Tuesday. The legislation would give domestic chip makers $52 billion in government subsidies. Marvell Technology, ASML Holding, Applied Materials and Advanced Micro Devices...
    David Solomon, chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs & Co., speaks during the Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California, U.S., on Monday, April 29, 2019.Kyle Grillot | Bloomberg | Getty Images Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Goldman Sachs – The bank stock jumped 3% after the company posted profit and revenue that exceeded analysts' estimates. Goldman's fixed income traders generated roughly $700 million more revenue than expected on "significantly higher" trading activity in interest rates, commodities and currencies. Delta Air Lines, Boeing – Shares of Delta Air Lines jumped 5.8% on news that it's purchasing 100 Boeing 737 Max 10 planes, in a deal that marks Delta's first new Boeing aircraft order in over a decade. Boeing shares added 2.4% following the news. Tesla – Shares rose nearly 4% after Deutsche Bank added the company to its short-term buy list, citing the potential for it to exceed Wall Street expectations when it reports earnings. Tesla reports quarterly earnings on Wednesday. Grab Holdings – The food delivery stock jumped 12% after JPMorgan upgraded Grab to...
    Citigroup offices in New York City. Adam Jeffery | CNBC Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Pinterest — Shares of the image-sharing social media company surged 15% on a report from the Wall Street Journal that Elliott Management has acquired a more than 9% stake. Citigroup — Citigroup rallied 11% after second-quarter earnings beat on the top and bottom lines. Citigroup was the only one of the four major banks that reported earnings this week to surpass expectations on revenue. Wells Fargo — Shares of Wells Fargo surged more than 5% after the bank reported quarterly earnings Friday morning. The bank missed analysts' revenue estimates but beat on adjusted earnings-per-share, coming in at 82 cents versus 80 cents expected. Higher interest rates helped the bank during the quarter as net interest income climbed 16% on the year – which should help the bank offset further pressure on its mortgage unit and other operations going forward. State Street — Shares jumped 7% after the financial services fiduciary reported a beat on earnings per share estimates. State Street reported...
    In this article COST .BBKA CTRA FRC JPM Pedestrians pass in front of a JPMorgan & Chase bank branch automated teller machine (ATM) kiosk in downtown Chicago, Illinois.Christopher Dilts | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. JPMorgan Chase – Shares of JPMorgan Chase sunk nearly 4% and hit a 52-week low after the bank reported quarterly earnings that missed analyst expectations, as the bank built reserves for bad loans. CEO Jamie Dimon said that high inflation, waning consumer confidence and geopolitical tension are likely to hurt the global economy going forward. The bank also announced it would temporarily suspend share buybacks. Goldman Sachs – Shares of Goldman Sachs fell 3% following disappointing earnings from JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley. The bank is scheduled to report its own quarterly earnings on Monday. Conagra Brands – The food stock sank 8.5% after Conagra's quarterly results revealed the company's sales volume declined. In other words, revenue growth came from sales mix and price increases. Conagra's earnings and revenue for the previous quarter came in close to analyst...