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Wayfair, Fastly, Robinhood and more

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Check out the businesses making headlines in noon buying and selling.

Robinhood — Shares of the buying and selling app dropped more than 14% after the newly public company mentioned in a submitting that present shareholders will promote near 97.9 million shares over time. The commission-free dealer mentioned it won’t obtain any of the proceeds from the stock sale of 97,876,033 shares of its Class A standard stock. The stockholders have been amongst those that got here to Robinhood’s rescue in the course of the historic buying and selling mania earlier this year.

Cigna — The insurance coverage company’s shares fell more than 11% regardless of a better-than-expected quarterly earnings report. Cigna reported quarterly earnings of $5.24 per share on revenues of $43.11 billion. Analysts anticipated earnings of $4.96 per share on income of $41.26 billion. However, the company famous a headwind of upper medical prices.

Fastly — Fastly shares plunged over 7% following its earnings report Wednesday, which confirmed a lack of 15 cents per share for the second quarter, in comparison with the 17-cent loss analysts had estimated. The cloud software supplier missed on income forecasts and mentioned its June community outage will proceed to have an effect on outcomes for the remainder of the year.

Wayfair — The furnishings and house items retailer noticed shares bounce about 10% after reporting earnings. Wayfair topped earnings estimates, reporting $1.89 per share, however missed barely on income, reporting $3.86 billion in comparison with the estimated $3.94 billion. The company mentioned lively clients grew 20% year-over-year to 31.1 million. 

Etsy — Shares of the e-commerce identify tumbled about 7% after person development numbers got here up wanting estimates. During the second quarter the company earned 68 cents per share, in comparison with the 63 cents analysts surveyed by Refinitiv have been anticipating. Revenue got here in at $528.9 million, additionally forward of the anticipated $524.7 million.

Booking Holdings — Booking Holdings stock jumped more than 6% regardless of lacking Wall Street expectations for quarterly earnings on Wednesday. The company — whose manufacturers embrace Priceline, Kayak and different journey providers — lost an adjusted $2.55 per share for the second quarter, wider than the lack of $2.04 per share analysts anticipated. However, income got here in above estimates as journey demand jumped.

Edgewell Personal Care — The maker of personal care merchandise noticed shares bounce 4.5% after reporting quarterly earnings. Edgewell reported earnings per share of 89 cents and income of $573.7 million, each of which beat Wall Street forecasts, in response to Refinitiv. The company additionally raised its full-year earnings steerage.

Roku — The streaming service system company’s shares slid more than 2% after Roku reported weaker-than-expected person development in the course of the second quarter. The company did, nonetheless, beat expectations on each the highest and backside line. Roku earned 52 cents per share on $645 million in income. Analysts have been anticipating 13 cents per share on $618 million in income, in response to estimates from Refinitiv.

Becton Dickinson — Medical tech company Becton Dickinson’s stock fell roughly 4% regardless of reporting second-quarter earnings of $2.74 per share, which beat analysts’ estimates by 30 cents. It additionally beat on income, reporting $4.89 billion versus the forecasted $4.51 billion.

Moderna — Moderna shares are down about 1.8% even after it launched better-than-expected earnings and income in addition to constructive vaccine safety sturdiness knowledge this week. The knowledge indicated safety from Covid from the Moderna vaccine lasts nicely after six months. The company additionally introduced it plans to launch a booster vaccine this winter.

 — CNBC’s Pippa Stevens, Hannah Miao and Yun Li contributed reporting

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