Stock Markets That Are Moving the Most Today

Stock Markets That Are Moving the Most Today remarfu

La-Z-Boy shares (LZB) gained 15% after the residential furniture maker posted third-quarter earnings that beat expectations in Stock Markets.

Keysight Technologies KEYS –12.71% (KEYS) fell 13% after the electronic systems company posted first-quarter adjusted earnings that beat Wall Street consensus but issued a downbeat revenue outlook.

The Stock Markets were the top decliner on the S&P 500 Wednesday.

Palo Alto Networks (PANW) jumped 12.5% after the cybersecurity company boosted fiscal-year guidance after posting better-than-expected fiscal second-quarter adjusted earnings and revenue.

Wingstop shares (WING) jumped 7.7% after the chicken-wing restaurant company posted fourth-quarter earnings that beat analysts’ expectations.

Coinbase Global (COIN) fell 1.4% even after the crypto broker posted a narrower-than-expected loss for its fourth quarter.

Toll Brothers (TOL) gained 3% after the home builder posted fiscal first-quarter earnings that beat analysts’ estimates.

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CoStar Group (CSGP) fell 5.1% after the real estate research company offered a weaker-than-expected first-quarter forecast.

Also, discussions regarding CoStar purchasing Move Inc.—which operates Realtor. com—from News Corp “ended without a deal,” The Wall Street Journal reported.

(News Corp owns Barron’s publisher Dow Jones.)

in addition, 1Life Healthcare (ONEM) rose 2.9% after (AMZN) completed the acquisition of the parent company of One Medical after the Federal Trade Commission said it wouldn’t block the deal.

Occidental Petroleum shares (OXY) fell 2.3% Wednesday after the oil-and-gas company was downgraded to Underperform from In Line by analysts at Evercore ISI.

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Finally, Alcoa shares (AA) rose 1.9% after shares of the aluminum producer were upgraded to Buy from Neutral by analysts at Citi. OSTK –2.52% (OSTK) declined 2.5% after reporting a fourth-quarter adjusted loss of four cents a share vs. analysts’ expectations for a profit of two cents.

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