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Check Check out these companies that are making the biggest moves during the midday.
AT&T — The The telecommunications giant saw an increase of 5.4% in subscribers after reporting that it had more than expected for the fourth-quarter.
Boeing— The After a href=”Air carrier”, the airline fell slightlyhttps://www.cnbc.com/2023/01/25/boeing-ba-earnings-q4-2022.html”>reporting Fourth quarter loss Revenues that were below expectations.
Sunrun — The Solar company lost 8.6% when it was downgraded to an equal weight from being overweight BarclaysAccording to, there could be a slowdown in solar demand. SunPower– was downgraded from equal weight to underweight.
Alphabet — Shares Midday trading fell 3.3%, one day after the Justice Department A second antitrust suit was filed For Google. Alphabet Also 1 800 employees were laid off In California on Wednesday Part of the larger cuts that were announced last week.
Enphase Energy — The After this, the solar stock declined by 5.3% Piper Sandler downgraded It can neutralize when you buy. The The firm mentioned a potential reset in U.S. residential-solar market this year which could affect shares, despite its strong product and management.
U.S. Bancorp — The Stock gained 5.7% following U.S. Bancorp Fourth quarter earnings reported by the company were $1.20 excluding items, as opposed to the $1.12 expected. StreetAccount. Revenue, however, missed estimates.
Intuitive Surgical — The After reporting fourth-quarter earnings, the shares of a maker of robotic surgery systems fell 6.6%. The Company cited Covid-19 resurgence China This negatively affected the area’s procedure volume.
Capital One Financial — The Despite reporting disappointing quarterly results, bank rallyed by 7% However, Capital One BMO built credit reserves of $1 billion in the fourth trimestre, more than twice as much as peers. Capital Markets It was written in a note. “We applaud COF for doing what its peers have not so far this earnings season: provision appropriately ahead of a credit cycle,” According to the firm.
Nasdaq — The An exchange operator reported net revenue of $906million, which was more than the $909.5 million expected. StreetAccount. Earnings Also, the expectations were not met.
General Dynamics — The Aerospace and defense companies lost 3% after reporting fourth quarter earnings that were below expectations but which generated more revenue than expected. General Dynamics The guidance for 2023 fiscal-year earnings per share is $12.60 to$12.65, rather than the $13.87 expected. StreetAccount.
Block — Block Following the announcement, the drop was 4.2% Oppenheimer downgraded The stock should perform From outperform. The The firm stated that the mobile payments stock would be a mover in a risk-on environment, but stocks are yet to reach a bottom. “[Thus] we could see the recent SQ rally evaporate (up a whopping 43% last three months),” Oppenheimer said.
NextEra Energy — The Stock fell 6.1% after alternative energy company reported revenue in the fourth quarter that was below expectations.
— CNBC’s Sarah Min, Carmen Reinicke, Tanaya Macheel, Alex Harring And Michael Bloom Contributed reporting