Biogen has recovered some ground after declining within the last few days. The stock moved up strongly after the company announced that it would buy back shares in the value of over $5 billion.
Viacom moved up strongly after the announcement that it would maintain broadcasting its channels on AT&T platforms.
Boeing is emerging from the rubble after the recent unfortunate events. The company is making reparations to its troubled model 737 max and inviting airlines and other stakeholders for an information meeting, aiming to get the grounded aircraft in the sky again.
Fiat Chrysler has been declining after news came out that it declined to enter into a deal with Peugeot’s parent company. The company is seeking partnerships with other auto makers, however, according to reports.
Deutsche bank has been declining as well following the scandal. The attempts to support the bank by a merger with its competitor Commerzbank have not been successful, which gives the bank a negative outlook.
Thermo Fischer Scientific has moved up following the news that it would be acquiring Brammer bio to advance its genetic therapies further.
Winnebago declined after it released downbeat performance figures. The company said market conditions were tough and that it expects performance to turn around in the near term.
Apple moved strongly in anticipation for its new video streaming service.
Anaya, which provides digital communication products, moved up following the news that it would be acquired by a private equity firm whose name was not disclosed.
Nu Skin Enterprises moved down as it is facing regulatory challenges in the Chinese health market. Key institutions recommended selling the share.
Tesla’s stock declined after its data showed a slowdown in its sales. The company’s rating were affected as a result.