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At 13:23 ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 0.04 percent at 25,829.94. The S&P 500 was down 0.03 percent at 2,792 and the Nasdaq Composite was up 0.13 percent at 7,587.23.

The top three S&P 500 percentage gainers:

** Kohl's Corp, up 7.3 pct

** Target Corp, up 4.8 pct

** Willis Towers Watson Plc, up 4.6 pct

The top three S&P 500 percentage losers:

** Align Technology Inc, down 6.9 pct

** Dish Network Corp, down 6.6 pct

** General Electric, down 4.1 pct

The top three NYSE percentage gainers:

** Turning Point Brands, up 13.5 pct

** Huya Inc, up 13.3 pct

** Sogou Inc, up 10.7 pct

The top three NYSE percentage losers:

** Barnes & Nobl Education, down 29.8 pct

** Revlon Inc, down 16.8 pct

** John Wiley & Sons, down 16 pct

The top three Nasdaq percentage gainers:

** Cool Holdings Inc, up 32.4 pct

** Fuwei Films Holding Co Ltd, up 26.4 pct

** Ctrip.Com International Ltd, up 22.1 pct

The top three Nasdaq percentage losers:

** Atlas Financial Holdings, down 57.6 pct

** Adamas Pharmaceuticals Inc, down 30.8 pct

** Psychemedics Corp, down 21 pct

** GameStop Corp: up 0.8 pct

GameStop: Jumps on plans to retire debt, $300 mln share buyback

** YY Inc: up 15.4 pct

** Huya Inc: up 13.3 pct

China'sHuya and YY climb on strong Q4 reports

** Inc: down 1.1 pct

Salesforce falls after weak forecast, dampening quarterly beat

** TPI Composites Inc: up 5.9 pct

TPI Composites: JP Morgan upgrades to "overweight"

** International Ltd: up 22.1 pct

Shares of move higher on revenue beat

** Alaska Air Group Inc: down 2.8 pct

Alaska Air Group Inc: Cuts Q1 outlook for key revenue measure

** Ingersoll Rand: up 1.2 pct

Ingersoll Rand: Goldman adds to conviction list

** Target Corp: up 4.8 pct

Target: Shares climb on strong results, forecast

** Tesla Inc: down 1.2 pct

Tesla: Pares losses after China agrees on solution to customs issue

** Hertz Global Holdings Inc: down 14.3 pct

Hertz extends skid as Carl Icahn cuts stake

** Adamas Pharmaceuticals Inc: down 30.8 pct

Adamas Pharma: Slides 28 pct after backing away from revenue goals

** Marathon Oil Corp: up 0.3 pct

** ConocoPhillips: down 1.4 pct

JPMorgan sees similarities in Marathon and ConocoPhillips

** Aurora Cannabis Inc: up 8.9 pct

** Cronos Group Inc: up 5.9 pct

Cowen starts Aurora Cannabis with 'outperform', Cronos on 'market-perform'

** Kohl's Corp: up 7.3 pct

Kohl's Corp: Jumps on strong Q4 report, forecast, boosting rivals

** Maxar Technologies: down 3.6 pct

Maxar Technologies: CS cuts PT on decision to retain GEO business

** Uniti Group: down 3.7 pct

Uniti Group: Down after co significantly limits 2019 dividend

** Genco Shipping & Trading: up 6.9 pct

Genco Shipping & Trading: Rises on strong Q4 beat result

** USA Technologies: down 6.0 pct

USA Technologies: Drops after delisting notice

** JetBlue Airways Corp: down 0.6 pct

JetBlue Airways Corp: Shares down after Q1 forecast cut

** L Brands Inc: up 0.9 pct

L Brands rises as investor pushes for Victoria's Secret spinoff

** GNC Holdings: down 12.3 pct

GNC Holdings: Erases early gains after Q4 loss

** Blackline Inc: down 3.5 pct

Blackline: Down as Silver Lake exits from accounting software co

** Alphabet Inc: up 0.9 pct

Alphabet: Needham starts with "buy", sees Facebook biggest FAANG rival

** Atlas Financial Holdings Inc: down 57.6 pct

Atlas Financial: Slumps to record low on surprise Q4 loss

** Best Inc: up 8.8 pct

Best Inc shares eye 5-month high after upbeat results, forecast

** NanoViricides Inc: up 3.0 pct

NanoViricides surges after update on skin drug

** Tyson Foods Inc: up 2.7 pct

Tyson Foods: Stephens starts with 'buy'; says "attractive entry point"

** Western Digital Corp: down 2.4 pct

** Micron Technology Inc: down 1.6 pct

Western Digital, Micron: Fall on Susquehanna memory trend forecast

** Delta Air Lines: up 2.4 pct

Delta Air Lines: Shares rise as co says demand solid in Q1

** Gaia Inc: down 14.5 pct

Gaia Inc: Slips on quarterly miss, slower subscriber growth

** Precipio Inc: up 4.4 pct

Precipio Inc: Jumps in heavy volume on strong order flow

** Pacira Pharmaceuticals Inc: down 4.7 pct

Pacira Pharma falls on deal to buy maker of non-opioid pain relief system

** Document Security Systems: up 76.0 pct

Document Security Systems: Eyes best day in a year

** Staffing 360 Solutions: up 3.4 pct

Staffing 360 Solutions: Set for best day in nearly 1-1/2 months

** General Electric: down 4.1 pct

GE's 2019 stock roll in focus as CEO set to talk

** GreenSky Inc: up 11.2 pct

GreenSky: Having best day since team up with AmEx

** Endo International Plc: down 6.3 pct

Endo: Falls as Leerink downgrades on opioid lawsuit risks

** Exxon Mobil Corp: down 0.1 pct

** Chevron Corp: up 0.4 pct

Exxon dips, Chevron gains as Permian plans unveiled

** Align Technology: down 6.9 pct

Align Tech: Grinds to bottom of S&P on order to shut stores

** Willis Towers Watson Plc: up 4.8 pct

** Aon Plc: down 3.6 pct

Willis Towers Watson: At record high on report of Aon's buyout interest

** Harley-Davidson Inc: up 3.5 pct

Harley-Davidson Inc: Up after move into electric bikes for kids

** Bionano Genomics: up 9.8 pct

Bionano Genomics: Jumps on results from human genome study

** Graftech International: down 9.7 pct

GrafTech Int'l: Slides as Brookfield looks to lighten up

** Marinus Pharmaceuticals Inc: up 7.0 pct

Marinus Pharma: Jefferies starts coverage, sees near-term drivers

** Pedevco: up 12.6 pct

Pedevco: Jumps on deal to convert all debt into equity

** Barnes & Noble Education: down 29.8 pct

Barnes & Noble Education: Plunges on sales miss as fewer students turn pages

** Psychemedics Corp: down 21.0 pct

Psychemedics: Trips on 63 pct fall in Q4 profit

** Electronic Arts: down 1.7 pct

EA: Drops as Cowen says "Apex Legends" scorching run is cooling

** John Wiley & Sons: down 16.0 pct

John Wiley & Sons: Slips after weak Q3 report

** Citigroup: down 1.6 pct

** Wells Fargo: down 0.7 pct

** Morgan Stanley: down 0.9 pct

** Goldman Sachs: down 0.6 pct

** Bank of America: down 0.1 pct

Big U.S. banks trading lower

** Pluralsight: down 5.3 pct

Pluralsight slumps on follow-on, convertible debt offering plans

** G1 Therapeutics: down 1.1 pct

G1 Therapeutics lagging in 2019 ahead of investor day

** Planet Fitness: up 2.1 pct

Planet Fitness: Shares lifted to record high by Kohl's partnership

** Turning Point Brands: up 13.5 pct

Turning Point Brands: Surges on strong Q4 sales

** Spotify Technology SA: up 4.1 pct

Spotify: Streaming higher on upbeat India numbers

** BioHiTech Global: up 12.9 pct

BioHiTech Global: Jumps on plans for new facility

** Revlon Inc: down 16.8 pct

Revlon: Ugly day for stock after Nielsen data released

** UnitedHealth: up 2.1 pct

** Anthem: up 1.9 pct

UnitedHealth, Anthem rebound from insurer stock sell-off

** Intelsat SA: down 15.5 pct

Intelsat: Plunges on report of U.S. lawmakers threat to spectrum sale

** D.R. Horton Inc: down 1.7 pct

** Lennar Corp: down 1.8 pct

** PulteGroup Inc: down 1.9 pct

** KB Home: down 0.8 pct

U.S. homebuilders slip as Nov new home sales revised lower down

The 11 major S&P 500 sectors:

Communication Services up 0.40 pct
Consumer Discretionary up 0.39 pct
Consumer Staples down 0.14 pct
Energy down 0.33 pct
Financial down 0.37 pct
Health up 0.11 pct
Industrial down 0.13 pct
Information Technology down 0.16 pct
Materials down 0.15 pct
Real Estate up 0.34 pct
Utilities down 0.17 pct

The views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc.

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