Ford Motor Co. CEO Jim Farley walks to talk at a information convention on the Rouge Advanced in Dearborn, Michigan, September 17, 2020.
Rebecca Cook dinner | Reuters
Take a look at the businesses making headlines in noon buying and selling.
Ford Motor — Shares of the automaker soared greater than 9% after a stellar earnings report. Ford Motor, which reported earnings Wednesday, almost doubled Wall Road’s earnings expectations and barely beat income projections for the third quarter. The automaker additionally elevated its annual steerage for the second time this yr.
eBay — The e-commerce firm’s inventory fell roughly 6.3% after a weak fourth-quarter income steerage. eBay topped earnings expectations by 1 cent per share and beat income estimates, in response to Refinitiv, nonetheless.
Tesla — Shares of Tesla continued climbing as Piper Sandler hiked its worth goal on the electrical automobile inventory to a brand new Road excessive. The inventory traded up 3.2%. Piper Sandler raised its share worth forecast to $1,300 from $1,200, implying 25% potential upside from Wednesday’s shut.
Caterpillar — Shares of Caterpillar rose 3.3% after it reported a third-quarter beat on bottom-line estimates regardless of a slight income miss. The heavy tools maker recorded earnings of $2.66 per share, beating analysts’ estimates of $2.20.
Bare Wines — Shares of Bare Wines leapt about 50% after hedge fund supervisor Glen Kacher revealed the corporate as a high choose on CNBC’s “Halftime Report” Thursday. Kacher has constructed a 9.9% stake within the wine distributor.
Merck — The drug maker jumped greater than 5% after reporting its quarterly earnings. Merck introduced in $1.75 per share, beating estimates by 20 cents, and topping income estimates due to stronger gross sales of vaccines and most cancers medication.
Anheuser-Busch — Shares of the beer brewer soared 8.5% after a shock improve in third-quarter revenue. The corporate additionally raised its earnings forecast for the yr.
Northrop Grumman – Shares of the protection contractor dropped greater than 6% after the the corporate’s third-quarter revenues got here in at $8.72 billion, brief the anticipated $8.95 billion, in response to Refinitiv. The corporate noticed year-over-year gross sales declines in its aeronautics and protection segments. Northrop did beat expectations for earnings per share.
Twilio — Shares of Twilio sunk greater than 15% regardless of better-than-expected quarterly earnings outcomes. Twilio earned 1 cent per share, higher than the 15 cent loss per share anticipated, in response to Refinitiv. Income additionally got here in above estimates. Nevertheless, Twilio forecast a wider-than-expected loss within the fourth quarter. COO George Hu additionally introduced his departure.
Teradyne — Teradyne’s inventory surged 11% after a better-than-expected earnings report. The tools maker reported adjusted revenue of $1.59 per share on income of $950.5 million. Analysts surveyed by StreetAccount anticipated earnings of $1.43 per share on income of $932.9 million. Teradyne additionally obtained upgrades from Cowen and UBS following the earnings report.
Tempur Sealy — The mattress firm’s shares fell 3.7% regardless of reporting robust quarterly outcomes. Tempur Sealy recorded earnings of 88 cents per share for the quarter, beating estimates by 3 cents. It additionally reported a income beat and a robust gross sales improve in worldwide markets.
Teladoc Well being — Shares of telehealth firm popped greater than 8% in noon buying and selling after reporting a smaller-than-expected earnings loss for the third quarter. Teladoc misplaced 53 cents per share, whereas analysts anticipated a lack of 65 cents per share, in response to Refinitiv. The corporate made $522 million in income, topping estimates of $517 million.
ServiceNow — Shares of the software program firm rose 3.6% in noon buying and selling after beating on the highest and backside strains of its quarterly outcomes. ServiceNow reported earnings of $1.55 on income of $1.51 billion. Wall Road anticipated earnings of $1.38 per share on income of $1.48 billion, in response to Refinitiv.
— CNBC’s Tanaya Macheel, Maggie Fitzgerald, Yun Li and Jesse Pound contributed reporting