Amazon, Chevron rise; Roku, Intel fall
Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Friday:
Chevron Corp., up $13.39 to $163.78.
The oil company racked up record quarterly profits in the second quarter amid high oil and gas prices.
Roku Inc., down $19.65 to $65.52.
The streaming service platform missed Wall Street’s second-quarter sales and profit targets and lowered its third-quarter forecast.
Amazon.com Inc., up $12.72 to $135.
The e-commerce giant reported its second-consecutive quarterly loss, but its revenue topped Wall Street’s expectations.
Holley Inc., down $4.68 to $7.99.
The car parts maker lowered its full-year earnings guidance, citing computer chip shortages, supply chain constraints and cooling demand.
U.S. Silica Holdings Inc., up $1.59 to $13.83.
The producer of commercial silica posted quarterly earnings that exceeded analysts’ estimates and touted robust demand.
Five9 Inc., up $9.74 to $108.12.
The call center software maker reported second-quarter financial results that beat Wall Street’s projections.
Intel Corp., down $3.40 to $36.31.
The chipmaker’s latest quarterly results came in well below analysts’ forecasts and it cut its full-year guidance.
Deckers Outdoor Corp., up $25.81 to $313.21.
The maker of Ugg boots beat Wall Street’s fiscal first-quarter profit forecasts amid solid sales growth and lower costs.
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