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U.S. STOCKS ON THE MOVE-Ellie Mae, Coty, Under Armour, Electronic Arts

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The Day Ahead newsletter:

The Morning News Call newsletter:

At 10:21 ET, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 0.89 percent at 25,277.09. The S&P 500 was up 0.87 percent at 2,733.28 and the Nasdaq Composite was up 1.05 percent at 7,384.644.

The top three S&P 500 percentage gainers:

** Coty Inc, up 13.5 pct

** Brighthouse Financial Inc, up 12 pct

** IPG Photonics Corp, up 6.6 pct

The top three S&P 500 percentage losers:

** Nektar Therapeutics, down 9.6 pct

** Molson Coors Brewing Co, down 8.4 pct

** Take-Two Interactive Software Inc, down 4.8 pct

The top three NYSE percentage gainers:

** Ellie Mae Inc, up 21.3 pct

** Pyxus International Inc, up 18.8 pct

** Tronox Ltd, up 14.3 pct

The top three NYSE percentage losers:

** Bristow Group, down 32 pct

** Tower International Inc, down 11.7 pct

** Livent Corp, down 10.4 pct

The top three Nasdaq percentage gainers:

** CAS Medical Systems Inc, up 53.8 pct

** AGM Group Holdings Inc, up 28.2 pct

** Scworx Corp, up 20.3 pct

The top three Nasdaq percentage losers:

** Xeris Pharmaceuticals Inc, down 18.3 pct

** Multi-Color Corp, down 14.9 pct

** Varonis Systems Inc, down 15.2 pct

** Electronic Arts Inc: up 3.9 pct

Jumps as "Apex Legends" attracts more than 25 mln gamers

** Ellie Mae Inc: up 21.3 pct

Jumps on Thoma Bravo's acquisition offer

** Coty Inc: up 13.5 pct

Adds to year's gains as JAB moves to raise stake

** Aemetis Inc: up 3.8 pct

Soars on receiving $125 mln financing for biorefinery

** Under Armour Inc: up 5.2 pct

Gains on another strong earnings beat

** Varonis Systems Inc: down 15.2 pct

Plunges after co shifts to subscription-based model

** Gilead Sciences Inc: down 4.5 pct

Falls after Wells Fargo cuts to 'market perform'

** Cisco Systems Inc: up 0.1 pct

Morgan Stanley downgrades as Security growth slows

** Bristow Group Inc: down 32.0 pct

Loses altitude after disclosing 'material weakness'

** Molson Coors Brewing Co: down 8.4 pct

Drops on disclosing accounting errors, weak Q4 rev

** Take-Two Interactive Software Inc: down 4.8 pct

5-star analyst downgrades to "underperform"

** Chegg Inc: up 9.1 pct

Set to open at a record high after strong results

** Viking Therapeutics Inc: up 5.4 pct

Gilead's NASH setback could read positively for Viking - William Blair

** Mimecast Ltd: up 18.2 pct

Shares eye record open after upbeat quarter, forecast

** Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co: down 1.0 pct

Rises after rival Michelin's rosy outlook

** On Deck Capital Inc: up 0.5 pct

Jumps as quarterly profit beats on loan growth

** CAS Medical Systems Inc: up 53.8 pct

Jumps on all-cash offer from Edwards Lifesciences

** Merck & Co: up 2.0 pct

** Pfizer Inc: down 0.1 pct

Merck-Pfizer combo treatment data impresses analysts

** Multi-Color Corp: down 14.9 pct

Slides on weak forecast after customer loss

** Radiant Logistics Inc: up 9.3 pct

Surges on strong EBITDA growth

** Payment Data Systems Inc: down 3.7 pct

Drops on direct offering after stock's 2019 double

** Netgear Inc: down 11.5 pct

Slides as Amazon buys rival home Wi-Fi company

** Wolverine World Wide: up 4.4 pct

Jumps 5 pct on div hike, buyback plan

** MoneyGram International Inc: down 14.6 pct

Falls after missing profit as money transfers dip

The 11 major S&P 500 sectors:

Communication Services up 1.21 pct
Consumer Discretionary up 1.21 pct
Consumer Staples up 0.35 pct
Energy up 1.26 pct
Financial up 1.35 pct
Health up 0.43 pct
Industrial up 0.98 pct
Information Technology up 0.90 pct
Materials up 0.86 pct
Real Estate down 0.51 pct
Utilities up 0.08 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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