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Charting the Market -- Barron's

29 Apr 2017 10:00 am
A graphic look at selected stock activity for the week ended April 28, 2017 n Edited by Bill Alpert and David Schutt 

Time Inc. After the storied publisher said it would not sell itself to Meredith or a couple of private-equity suitors, many investors turned the page.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles In a surprisingly strong showing, the smallest of the Big Three Detroit auto makers reported record first-quarter earnings and good sales in Europe.

Barrick Gold Coming in well below Street estimates, the gold miner reported adjusted first-quarter net earnings per share of 14 cents, a dime below expectations.

Seagate Technology Despite swinging to a profit, the data-storage company posted fiscal third-quarter revenue of $2.67 billion versus the Street's $2.71 billion consensus.

Deutsche Bank Fixed-income trading and investment-banking revenue didn't reach the heights other big banks enjoyed, as the German banking champion tries to revive.

Under Armour The athletic-wear sponsor of Stephen Curry and Tom Brady posted a smaller-than-expected loss amid sharp pricing from rivals Nike and Adidas.

Sarepta Therapeutics Although March quarter's loss exceeded forecasts, the drugmaker's shares jumped as its chief executive's resignation plan sparked hopes of a company takeover.

Twitter The social-media site's active users grew 14% in the March quarter from a year ago, resulting in better revenue and cash flow than expected for the period.

Grubhub March-quarter revenue of $156 million and earnings of 29 cents a share beat forecasts for the restaurant delivery service, which boosted its guidance.

Athenahealth Weak March-quarter revenue growth caused the medical-records and billing service to cut guidance for 2017, to annual revenue of less than $1.25 billion.

Tupperware Brands The kitchenware network marketer expects 2017 sales to grow as much as 5%, with profit as high as $4.45 a share, after March-quarter sales rose a surprising 6%.

Synchronoss Technologies The chief executive and chief financial officer will both leave the software firm, after shortfalls in March-quarter revenue and operating profit margins.

The charts record the net change in share price, the high, low and closing trades, and share volume for companies with noteworthy stock activity last week. In addition, the graphs depict last week's daily price activity in detail. The dotted line on some graphs denotes the stock's 200-day moving average; lack of a moving average means the shares have traded for less than that time period.

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