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Charting the Market -- Barrons.com

8 Apr 2017 4:29 am
A graphic look at selected stock activity for the week ended April 7, 2017 n Edited by Bill Alpert and David Schutt 

Sunoco 7-Eleven's Japanese parent is buying some of the oil company's convenience stores and gas stations in Texas and the eastern U.S. for $3.3 billion.

Robert Half International An underwhelming U.S. jobs report arrived just as the temporary-employee recruiter was trying to rebound from disappointing fourth-quarter earnings.

Cleantech Solutions International Nasdaq told the maker of textile dyeing and finishing machines that it was back in compliance with the market's minimum-bid requirement.

Borgwarner Weak March sales reports from the Big Three auto makers prompted widespread selling of related shares, including those of the auto-equipment supplier.

Constellation Brands Hurt by investor worries about trade restrictions on Mexican goods, the largest U.S. distributor of Corona beer responded with heady quarterly net sales of 17%.

Corvus Pharmaceuticals Although the drug maker reported mostly positive early test results for its immuno-oncology therapy, Wall Street cut the company's valuation nearly in half.

Kate Spade After a takeover bid from Coach came in at a lower-than-hoped-for price, the handbag company said it will spend time considering other offers.

Liberty Interactive Ventures Series A The digital-media conglomerate will merge with Alaskan cable firm General Communication, in a deal that investors hope will spur cable consolidation.

Acuity Brands Faltering North American demand hurt February-quarter sales and earnings at the lighting maker, which also offered a dim outlook for the rest of 2017.

Conn's The electronics retailer surprised investors with a 5-cent a share profit in the January quarter, instead of an expected loss. Credit operations have improved.

Akari Therapeutics At a Jefferies investor conclave, the company talked about the anti-inflammatory drugs it's deriving from proteins in tick saliva. They're on an FDA fast track.

Greenbrier Cos. Sales grew and margins expanded in the railcar maker's February quarter. With a strong backlog, Greenbrier boosted its quarterly dividend.

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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April 08, 2017 00:29 ET (04:29 GMT)

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