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Stocks rebound as retail leads the way

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Winners and losers

Stocks in the red include 3M as the conglomerate was downgraded by Jefferies to Hold, citing rising interest rates and recession fears; Party City, after announcing that one of its biggest shareholders intends to sell 12 million shares; and FireEye, with shares of it and other cybersecurity names dropping as the White House officially eliminates the cyber security coordinator role, a move that has mystified some in the industry.

Stocks in the green include Churchill Downs as the racetrack and gaming firm struck a deal with Golden Nugget Atlantic City to enter sports betting markets in New Jersey; Ulta Beauty as Oppenheimer upgraded the cosmetics retailer to Outperform, noting the potential for improvement in comp-store sales; Teva Pharmaceuticals, with shares rising as Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway doubled its position in the pharmaceutical company to 40 million shares.