ViacomCBS, BioNTech, Wells Fargo, and more

ViacomCBS, BioNTech, Wells Fargo, and more

ViacomCBS ‘logo is displayed on the Nasdaq Marketplace website to celebrate the company’s merger, in New York, December 5, 2019.

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Check out the companies making the headlines in midday trading.

ViacomCBSAnd Discovery – Media stocks involved in Archegos Capital Management’s margin call rebounded last week on Tuesday, moving away from their recent losses. ViacomCBS Class B shares jumped 4%, while Discovery’s Class A shares jumped 9.7%.

NomuraAnd Swiss credit – Nomura and Credit Suisse shares fell again at midday after news of an expected loss from the sales repercussions of Archegos Capital shares. Nomura is down more than 2% and Credit Suisse is down about 3%.

Wells Fargo The bank’s share rose 2.8% after announcing that it no longer had any exposure to Archegos. “We did not suffer losses related to closing our exposure,” the bank said in a statement.

Year Video streaming stock jumped 3% after Truist Financial Promotion The company to buy from. Wall Street said it sees more upside in the future and that the company’s valuation is “defensible”.

Biotechnology – The biotech firm’s shares advanced more than 7% after BioNTech increased its manufacturing target for the Covid-19 vaccine. The company aims to manufacture 2.5 billion doses by the end of 2021, compared to previous production expected of 2.3 billion to 2.4 billion doses.

McCormick Spice Company shares advanced more than 1.7% after McCormick beat the highest and lowest earnings estimates during the first quarter of the fiscal year. The company earned 72 cents a share excluding items and generated $ 1.48 billion in revenue. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv expected earnings of 59% per share and revenue of $ 1.38 billion. The company also raised its forecast for the full year as the pandemic continued to drive home cooking.

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Fact set – Financial information provider shares fell more than 4% after analysts’ wrong estimates of their quarterly earnings per share. FactSet reported adjusted quarterly earnings of $ 2.72 per share, below the consensus estimate of 2 cents, while revenue was in line with Wall Street expectations.

howling Review site operator shares emerged more than 4% after Citi Promotion Buy stocks from neutral. The bank said Yelp is the main beneficiary as the economy reopens and consumers dine out.

Kings Sports betting company shares rose 3.5% after announcing the acquisition of VSiN sports betting company for an undisclosed amount.

Tigna Broadcast shares jumped more than 4.5% after Tegna announced a dividend increase. Payments to the new company will be 10 cents per share year-on-year, up 36% over previous dividends.

– With reports from Pippa Stevens, Yoon Lee, Jesse Pound and Rich Mendes on CNBC.

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