Here are the stocks that make major moves in Wednesday afternoon trading.
Loves – Shares of home improvement stocks rose more than 5% after Lowe said It expects sales to increase by about 22% this year as its breakthrough efforts accelerate.
Rogue – Best Media Analyst Laura Martin The streaming platform has risen almost 7% all the time since the release of her annual pair of trades for 2021: Buy Roku and sell Netflix. Neetham Martin said Netflix would slow down and accelerate Rogue’s growth.
United Natural Foods – Grocery stock fell 15% in a disappointing quarterly report. United Natural Foods reported adjusted revenue of $ 6.67 billion in the first quarter of the current fiscal year. Refinitive analysts searched for 74 coins and $ 6.81 billion in earnings per share. However, net sales increased year by year.
FireE – Shares of a cybersecurity company plunged more than 11% after FireE claimed that its systems had been compromised by hackers in a sophisticated attack by a foreign government.
GameStop – The company reported a broader third-quarter loss than expected, sending shares up more than 17%. Video game retailer at Adjusted EPIDTA. Lost 61.8 million, while Factset poll analysts expect a loss of 33 million. Revenue was weaker than expected at $ 1 billion.
Nielsen Holdings – Ratings Shares rose more than 7% after the company released a series of efforts aimed at accelerating growth. “We have redesigned our products, our business platform and our operating model, and we position Nielsen to better deliver the solutions our customers need in a rapidly changing global media environment,” CEO David Kenny said in a statement.
AT&T – Shares of the telecommunications company rose 2.2%, topping $ 15 billion, including debt, after Dow Jones reported that it had offered AT&T concessions to DirectTV.
Zoom Video – Popular jobs fell 2.6% from home after JPMorgan downgraded Zoom Video from overweight to neutral. Company Share Price in a Note “Fully reflects“The reverse for the stock.
Chevy – Shares of the pet supplier rose 2% after reporting better-than-expected earnings. Chevy reported a loss of 8 cents per share, while analysts expect a loss of 13 cents per share, according to Refinitive. Revenue came in at $ 1.78 billion, valued at $ 1.724 billion. Net sales rose 45% year-on-year.
Shares of media companies rose about 1% after being upgraded from Disney-Wells Fargo and launched heavily from Keybank. Wells Barco Upgraded stocks from equivalent weight to higher weight, Said the company’s global streaming subscribers are likely to nearly triple in the next five years.
– CNBC’s Maggie Fitzgerald, Fred Impert and Michael Bloom contributed to this story.