Yahoo Finance is tracking Alphabet, Halliburton, Nvidia and Blue Apron in intraday trading on Monday.
Alphabet (GOOGL) – The company’s recent $2.74 billion fine from European regulators is expected to weigh on the Internet giant’s second-quarter earnings results, out after the bell Monday. In a recent securities filing, Alphabet said it will record an accounting charge for the fine in the quarter which ended in June. Analysts are expecting profit of $4.46 a share on revenue of $25.6 billion.
Halliburton (HAL) – The stock is under pressure after the company’s chairman Dave Lesar warned during the earnings call that rig count growth is showing signs of ‘plateauing.’ Lesar’s comments overshadowed Halliburton’s stronger-than-expected second quarter earnings, driven by an 83% jump in revenue from North America.
Nvidia (NVDA) – Canaccord Genuity maintained its buy rating on Nvidia while upping its price target on the stock to $180 a share from $155. Analyst Matthew Ramsay noted strength in its data center division as a catalyst for the stock. Nvidia shares have soared about 204% over the past year.
Blue Apron (APRN) – Shares of the meal-kit service are rallying after getting a slew of bullish calls on wall Street. RBC Capital Markets and Oppenheimer both initiated coverage on the stock with outperform ratings and price targets of $10 and $11 a share respectively. Goldman Sachs, SunTrust, Stifel Nicolaus and Canaccord Genuity all have buy ratings on Blue Apron as well.
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