These stocks were making moves Monday:
(ticker: TSLA) was rising 3.2% after the electric-vehicle maker’s first Cybertruck rolled off the assembly line over the weekend. The truck was first introduced in 2019 but production had been delayed repeatedly because of supply-chain issues, the company said.
(BBIO) soared 62% after the biopharmaceutical company reported positive results from a Phase 3 study of its investigational drug acoramidis in transthyretin amyloid cardiomyopathy, or ATTR-CM.
(YELP) rose 7.9% after the local recommendation site was upgraded to Buy from Neutral at
(YETI) dropped 5.4% after the maker of high-end coolers was downgraded to Underweight from Sector Weight at KeyBanc.
(F) fell 3.9% after the car giant said it was cutting prices for its F-150 Lightning all-electric pickup truck.
agreed to keep
(ATVI) Call of Duty videogame on
PlayStation system after
completes its acquisition of Activision. Sony has been opposed to the Microsoft-Activision merger, citing concerns that Microsoft would keep Call of Duty exclusive to its Xbox system. The Wall Street Journal reported that Sony confirmed a 10-year agreement had been reached. Microsoft shares fell 0.5%, U.S.-listed Sony rose 1.4%, and Activision jumped 2.8%.
(STT) fell 1.8% after receiving downgrades from
and Keefe Bruyette. The stock fell 12% on Friday after the financial services company posted second-quarter earnings.
(TWLO) fell 1.7% after shares of the the software company were downgraded to Neutral from Overweight at
(UAL) rose 1% after the airline and its pilots’ union reached a contract agreement that includes increases in pilot pay of up to 40% over four years.
Earnings reports are expected this week from
Bank of America
Johnson & Johnson
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