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Charting the Market -- Barrons.com

22 Jul 2017 4:13 am
A graphic look at selected stock activity for the week ended July 21, 2017. Edited by David Schutt 

Vertex Pharmaceuticals

In clinical trials, three of the biotech's cystic-fibrosis drugs posted positive results in treating progressive lung disorder. One will get Phase 3 tests in 2018.

Chipotle Mexican Grill

More than 130 people claimed to have been sickened by food eaten at the chain's Sterling, Va., outlet, possibly from norovirus, which also hit diners in 2015.

Navient

Despite beating quarterly forecasts for adjusted earnings and revenue, a report about the student-loan industry's sometimes shoddy paperwork hurt the servicer.

Scripps Networks Interactive

Discovery Communications is in talks to merge with its rival cable TV network as they both face new competition. Animal Planet would join HGTV.

Harley-Davidson

The famous motorcycle maker reported a 7% drop in second-quarter global sales and reduced guidance. It's struggling with changing customer demographics.

Quidel

To appease regulators, Alere -- which is being bought by Abbott Laboratories -- is selling cardiovascular and toxicology assets to the medical-test equipment maker.

Alliance Data Systems

Second-quarter earnings of $3.84 a share topped expectations, but revenues of $1.8 billion came up a little shy for the data-driven marketer and credit-card issuer.

Capital One Financial

The big credit-card issuer topped estimates with a 10% second-quarter profit gain to $1.04 billion, or $1.94 a share, on a 7% rise in revenue to $6.7 billion.

Netflix

Adding about 5 million subscribers, the streaming video outfit posted second-quarter net income of $65.6 million, or 15 cents a share, and a 30% revenue gain.

DryShips

The WSJ detailed the maritime bulk shipper's unusual financings that wiped out shareholders while seeming to enrich its founder and an investment firm.

Sevcon

BorgWarner plans to buy the maker of controls and battery chargers for zero-emission and hybrid vehicles for $200 million, or $22 a share -- a 64% premium.

Tile Shop Holdings

Both second-quarter revenues of $89 million and profits of 15 cents a share came up short for the home-improvement retailer, whose stock is quite rich.

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.
 

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

July 22, 2017 00:13 ET (04:13 GMT)

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