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Stock Movers Archive

U.S. Movers: American Eagle, Autodesk, Nutanix, Splunk, Royal Bank of Canada
6:11 AM ET November 30 2016
American Eagle plunged after the retailer lowered earnings forecast. Autodesk, Nutanix said net loss widened. Royal Bank of Canada profit slid 2% but revenues surged 16%. Titan Machinery net plunged 91%. >>

U.S. Movers: Atkore, Frontline, REX American, Shoe Carnival, Tiffany, Thor
9:49 AM ET November 29 2016
Atkore International net swung to profit but revenues fell. Frontline net slid 3%. Pilgrim''s Pride agreed to buy GNP Co for $350 million. REX American Resources net surged 19%. Shoe Carnival net rose but the retailer lowered its earnings forecast. Tiffany net jumped. Thor Industries net soared 56%. >>

U.S. Movers: Centennial, Catalent, Edwards Lifesciences, OpenGate, LKQ, Time
5:53 AM ET November 28 2016
Centennial agreed to acquire Canada-based Accucaps. Edwards Lifesciences agreed to buy Israel-based privately held Valtech Cardio. OpenGate completed the acquisition of Belgium-based Umicore Zinc Chem. LKQ agreed to acquire Sweden-based Mekonomen. Time stock surged and rejected $18 per share offer. >>

U.S. Movers: Caleres, Deere & Co, HP, Hewlett Packard Entp, Urban Outfitters
3:13 AM ET November 23 2016
Caleres, the footwear retailer reported higher net on strong back-to-school sales. Deere & Co lowered net sales forecast. HP and Hewlett Packard Enterprise reported shrinking sales and sharp fall in earnings. Medtronic net doubled. Urban Outfitters net fell 9%. >>

U.S. Movers: Analog Devices, Burlington Stores, Dollar Tree, Movado, Tech Data
7:05 AM ET November 22 2016
Analog Devices net surged. Barnes & Noble net loss narrowed but the book retailer lowered fiscal outlook. Burlington Stores net jumped. Chico''''s net swung to profit. Dollar Tree profit soared and the deep discounter lifted earnings forecast. DSW net slid. Dr Pepper agreed to buy Bai in $1.7 billion. >>

U.S. Movers: Cubic, Facebook, Macom Technology, Symantec, Tyson Foods
2:16 AM ET November 21 2016
Cubic Corp sales dropped 5%. International Game net swung to a loss. Facebook plans to increase 50% staff in the Londonís new headquarters in 2017. Macom plans to buy Applied Micro for $770 million. Symantec agreed to acquire rival Lifelock for $2.3 billion. Tyson Foods net surged 52%. >>

U.S. Movers: Abercrombie & Fitch, Buckle, Foot Locker, Gap, Williams-Sonoma
12:41 PM ET November 18 2016
Abercrombie & Fitch net plunged 81%. Buckle net and sales declined. Foot Locker net surged 96% and said it remains on track to meet annual guidance. Gap net declined 18% but reaffirmed earnings forecast. Hibbett Sports net slumped 22%. Williams-Sonoma net fell. >>

U.S. Movers: Best Buy, Cato, Cisco, Smucker, Wal-Mart
9:37 AM ET November 17 2016
Best Buy net surged 55%. Specialty apparel retailer Cato said revenues declined 7%. Cisco struggled with revenue growth and said net cash balance increased to $71 billion. Smucker revenues plunged 8%. Wal-Mart lifted earnings forecast. >>

U.S. Movers: Agilent, Brady, Meritor, Lowe's, Target
2:57 AM ET November 16 2016
Agilent net declined 11% but revenues jumped on stronger than expected growth in Europe and in China. Brady net surged 21%. Meritor net swung to profit despite 15% plunge in revenues. Lowe''s net tumbled 49% and the retailer estimated annual revenues to jump between 9% and 10%. Target net jumped 11%. >>

U.S. Movers: Dicks Sporting, Estee Lauder, Home Depot, Reynolds American, TJX
4:02 AM ET November 15 2016
Dicks Sporting lifted earnings forecast. Estee Lauder agreed to acquire Too Faced, the feminine makeup brand for $1.45 billion. Home Depot net soared 18% and reaffirmed sales forecast. Reynolds American rejected $47 billion takeover offer from BAT. >>



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