Check out the corporations making headlines in noon buying and selling.
Snowflake — Shares of the data-warehousing software program maker slid 5.2% after Deutsche Bank downgraded the inventory a maintain score. “Pent-up demand for high-multiple names, such as Snowflake, may be limited as we wrap up 2020 and investors look to protect their year,” the agency wrote in a word to shoppers. Deutsche Bank’s $335 goal is roughly 10% beneath the place the inventory closed on Thursday.
Nio — U.S.-listed shares of the Shanghai-based electrical car firm slid 7.2% after Nio stated it might promote as much as 69 million new shares. According to estimates from Deutsche Bank, the new share providing will elevate more than $2.5 billion. Earlier this week Tesla stated it plans to lift $5 billion by way of a brand new inventory providing.
SolarEdge Technologies — Shares of the renewable vitality firm gained 6.6% after Piper Sandler initiated protection on the inventory with an chubby score. The agency stated it is a “diversified powerhouse investing for long-term growth.” Piper’s $325 goal is about 19% above the place the inventory closed on Thursday.
Airbnb – Shares of Airbnb slid 3.8% on Friday, one-day after more than doubling on the firm’s first day of buying and selling. Airbnb opened at $146 per share on Thursday, considerably increased than the $68 per share worth set for its IPO. The pop pushed the home-sharing firm’s market cap to about $86.5 billion.
Tesla — Shares of the electrical car maker dipped 2.7% following a downgrade from Jefferies. “We don’t believe that Tesla can dominate the industry given the latter’s size, structure and politics,” the agency stated Thursday night in a word to shoppers. Jefferies did, nevertheless, elevate its 12-month goal on the inventory to $650 from $500.
Disney — Shares of the media large soared 13.6% after the firm stated its streaming service, Disney+, may attain between 230 million and 260 million subscribers by 2024. The firm additionally stated its streaming enterprise could possibly be worthwhile by 2024.
Qualcomm — Shares of the chipmaker misplaced 7.4% after Bloomberg News reported Apple is beginning to make its personal mobile modem for use in future units. Apple’s push into independently making their very own modem would change elements made by Qualcomm.
UPS — Shares of the supply and logistics firm superior 2.5% after Deutsche Bank named the inventory a catalyst name purchase concept. The agency stated in a word to shoppers that it anticipated a “sizeable” beat for UPS’ fourth-quarter outcomes, and stated the distribution of the vaccine can be optimistic for the firm.
Vail Resorts — The trip resort inventory slipped 4.6% on Friday after the firm reported weaker-than-expected outcomes for its fiscal first quarter. Vail reported $131.Eight million in income for the quarter, down roughly 50% from the identical interval final 12 months. Analysts surveyed by FactSet anticipated $158.Four million in income. Vail didn’t present ahead steering, citing uncertainty related to the pandemic.
Lululemon – Shares of Lululemon dropped 6.7% regardless of the athletic attire firm posting better-than-expected quarterly outcomes. Lululemon earned $1.16 per share in the third quarter, versus the 88 cents anticipated by analysts surveyed by Refinitiv. The firm’s income additionally got here in above estimates. However, Lululemon declined to supply steering for full-year 2020 as a result of the uncertainty round the pandemic. The inventory has gained more than 50% this 12 months.
American Airlines – Shares of the airline slid 5.2% after Deutsche Bank downgraded its score on the sector to carry. United and Delta Air Lines every fell more than 2%. The agency stated that whereas it maintains its bullish long-term view, these shares are “fairly valued” following their “record rally.”
– CNBC’s Yun Li, Maggie Fitzgerald and Jesse Pound contributed reporting.
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