Wall Street (^DJI, ^GSPC, ^IXIC) on edge as corporate America distances itself from a increasingly isolated Donald Trump. Plus, Cisco and L Brands earnings are coming out; we’ll have them for you. And, Norton of anti-virus fame is launching a new router to protect your home from cyber threats. We have a live review. Catch The Final Round at 4 p.m. with Jen Rogers and Yahoo Finance markets correspondent Nicole Sinclair.
Winners and losers
Stocks on the move lower today include Whiting Petroleum a day after it sold off North Dakota assets for $500 million; Chicago Bridge & Iron as the energy infrastructure services firm was downgraded at Jefferies to ‘hold’ citing cost risks to EPS; and Hertz, with shares of the rental car operator under pressure as analyst liquidity concerns grow following a cancelled bond redemption.
Stocks getting a boost today include Urban Outfitters as the retailer beat on earnings and revenue; Agilent Technologies as the life science company gave an upbeat full-year forecast, and Target, with shares of the big box retailer popping as earnings, revenue, same store sales, and its full-year outlook all topped estimates.
LIVE REVIEW: Norton Core router
You’ve probably heard of Norton by Symantec because of those annoying pop-ups to update your anti-virus software. But the computer security company is jumping into a slightly different business with its new Norton Core secure Wi-Fi router. Here to explain is Yahoo Tech editor Dan Howley.