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Bausch Health, Meta, Comcast, Qualcomm and more

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Check out the businesses making headlines in noon buying and selling.

Bausch Health – Trading within the pharmaceutical firm’s shares was halted after the inventory dipped 50%. A Delaware federal courtroom choose issued an oral order concerning patent litigation over Xifaxan, Bausch’s drug that treats irritable bowel syndrome and diarrhea. The order may pave the way in which for generic competitors for the drug within the late 2024 to 2025 time-frame, based on JPMorgan. The financial institution downgraded Bausch on the litigation replace, dropping its ranking to impartial from chubby.

Wingstop – The quick informal restaurant chain’s shares surged 22% following an earnings beat within the second quarter. Wingstop posted adjusted earnings of 45 cents per share, and topped estimates of 36 cents, based on Refinitiv. The firm missed income estimates however reaffirmed its steering for the complete 12 months.

Meta Platforms – Shares of the Facebook mother or father firm slid 6.6% on the again of disappointing quarterly outcomes. Meta Platforms posted a miss on the highest and backside strains within the second quarter as digital promoting slowed. The firm additionally issued a weak forecast for the present interval.

Comcast – The cable and leisure large’s shares slid more than 8% regardless of the corporate posting robust quarterly earnings and income. Comcast failed so as to add broadband subscribers within the quarter for the primary time ever. The firm stated it misplaced 30,000 broadband subscribers this month alone.

Qualcomm – Shares of the chipmaker fell 4% after the corporate issued steering for the present quarter that was wanting consensus expectations. Qualcomm’s forecast urged that the corporate’s handset gross sales development would sluggish throughout its fiscal fourth quarter, reflecting a decline in smartphone demand. Still, the corporate’s third-quarter earnings barely beat Wall Street expectations.

Stanley Black & Decker – Stanley Black & Decker’s shares plunged more than 13% after the corporate reported quarterly earnings that missed each prime and bottom-line Wall Street estimates. The firm additionally lower its full-year forecast.

Teladoc — Shares plummeted almost 20% after the telemedicine firm issued a weak outlook in its earnings report. Teladoc reported a $3 billion noncash goodwill impairment cost.

Charter Communications – Charter fell more than 8% after the cable firm was hit with a hefty authorized effective. A courtroom in Texas discovered the corporate responsible for $7 billion in damages and chargeable for an worker who robbed and murdered a buyer in 2019, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Solar shares – Shares of corporations that make photo voltaic panels or give attention to clear vitality surged after Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.V., introduced they’d reached a deal on an formidable local weather invoice. Sunrun jumped 26%, and Sunnova was up 22%. First Solar gained 14%. Enphase rose 4% and Constellation Energy added 15%.

Etsy – Etsy jumped almost 10% after the e-commerce firm beat estimates for quarterly earnings. The firm’s quarterly income grew more than 10% even amid robust financial situations.

Southwest – Shares of Southwest Airlines slumped more than 6% after the corporate stated it expects capability constraints for the remainder of the 12 months and issued a blended steering. Its earnings report, nonetheless, beat analyst expectations.

Spirit Airlines – Shares of the low cost airline climbed 5% after JetBlue agreed to a $3.8 billion deal to purchase Spirit. The deal comes after a bidding battle between JetBlue and Frontier Airlines. If the deal is accredited by regulators, the mixed airline could be the fifth largest within the U.S. Shares of JetBlue dipped 2%.

Honeywell – Honeywell gained more than 3% after reporting quarterly earnings that beat analyst expectations for revenue and income. The firm’s gross sales beat estimates in each section.

Harley-Davidson – Shares of Harley Davidson jumped about 7% after it reported quarterly outcomes that beat Wall Street’s expectations. The firm additionally reiterated its full-year steering, even after it had a two-week halt in manufacturing in the course of the quarter resulting from a difficulty with a provider.

Disclosure: Comcast is the proprietor of NBCUniversal, mother or father firm of CNBC.

— CNBC’s Samantha Subin, Sarah Min, Jesse Pound and Tanaya Macheel contributed reporting


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