Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Friday: Splunk, Coty rise; Ross Stores, Hertz fall
NEW YORK —
Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially on Friday:
NVIDIA Corp., up $10.04 to $361.05.
The chipmaker gave investors an encouraging revenue forecast after a surprisingly good first quarter.
Deere & Co., down $2.10 to $140.71.
The tractor and backhoe maker beat Wall Street’s second-quarter profit forecasts even as demand fell amid the economic shock.
Coty Inc., up 42 cents to $3.75.
The owner of the Clairol and CoverGirl brands signed a distribution deal for Kylie Jenner’s “Kylie Skin” products in Europe.
Splunk Inc., up $20.81 to $184.26.
The maker of software for collecting and analyzing corporate data beat Wall Street’s first-quarter earnings forecasts.
Palo Alto Networks Inc., up $8.43 to $237.93.
The security software maker raised its profit forecasts for the year after handily beating Wall Street’s third-quarter expectations.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co., down $1.19 to $9.17.
The information technology company reported weak quarterly earnings and said it will slash costs.
Ross Stores Inc., down $2.99 to $93.88.
The discount retailer reported a surprisingly big first-quarter loss as the virus pandemic forced it to close stores.
Hertz Global Holdings Inc., down 23 cents to $2.84.
The rental car company has hit an impasse with its creditors and reportedly moved closer to bankruptcy.