Snapchat application on smartphones located in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, USA, Wednesday, February 1, 2023.
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credit suisse — US-listed shares of Credit Suisse rose nearly 6% after Swiss banks announced they would borrow up to 50 billion Swiss francs ($54 billion) from the Swiss National Bank. Shares fell 13.9% on Wednesday after the largest investor said it could not provide more money.
snap, meta — Snap is up 6% while Meta is up 1.5%. Wall Street Journal report The Biden administration said it could ban rival TikTok unless its Chinese owner, ByteDance, sells it. They are considering separating from ByteDance.
Regional Banks — Regional banks continued to fall in the aftermath of the Silicon Valley bank failure. First Republic Bank down nearly 28%, Zions Ban Corporation 3.6% decrease. Comerica 1.6% decrease.
General Dollar — Discount retailers have since fallen 1.6%. Quarterly same-store sales fell short of Wall Street expectationsComparable store sales increased 5.7% in the fourth quarter, compared to 6% forecast by analysts surveyed by Refinitiv.
Adobe — The software giant’s shares rose 5.4% after the company raised its earnings forecast for fiscal 2023 and announced quarterly results beat Wall Street expectations. Full-year digital media business revenue and net new recurring revenue forecast increased.
Occidental Petroleum — Shares rose nearly 1% after Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway bought another 7.9 million shares for a total of $466.7 million.
UiPath — The automation software company surged nearly 16% after reporting adjusted earnings of 15 cents per share in the fourth quarter, beating StreetAccount’s estimate of 6 cents per share. Earnings for him were $308.5 million, well above his $278.6 million projection.
Baidu — Baidu’s U.S.-listed shares fell nearly 6% after the Chinese tech company unveiled the Ernie bot, an alternative to ChatGPT.
PagerDuty — Shares rose nearly 6% as digital operations management platform revenues and earnings beat expectations in the fourth quarter. Refinitiv said adjusted earnings per share were 8 cents per share, compared to expectations of 2 cents. Revenues of $101 million exceeded expectations of $98.8 million.
five lower — Discount retailers fell more than 3% after weakening Q1 outlook. However, according to Refinitiv, Five Below’s earnings exceeded analyst estimates, and earnings were in line with expectations.
motorola — The telecom equipment company rose 1.8% after JP Morgan upgraded it from neutral to overweight. Wall Street firms said their stocks had fallen to attractive levels.
— CNBC’s Tanaya Macheel contributed to the report.