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Today's charts: Amazon back above $1,000; PayPal jumps on Apple deal; Twitter names new exec

Yahoo Finance is tracking American Airlines, PayPal, Visa, Apple, Twitter and Amazon in intraday trading on Wednesdays.

American Airlines (AAL) – The airliner raised its revenue outlook for the second quarter. It now expects sales to climb between 5% and 6%, which is up from its previous range of 3.5% to 5.5% growth. The stock has soared about 71% over the past year.

PayPal (PYPL) – Apple (AAPL) has added PayPal as a payment option for Apple Music, App Store, iBooks and iTunes. A blog post by PayPal COO Bill Ready says it’s now available in Canada and Mexico and plans to launch in the U.S. ‘soon.’

Visa (V) – Visa is upping its war on cash.  The credit card giant says it will reward the owners of 50 small US food service businesses up to $10,000 each if they commit to going cashless.

Twitter (TWTR) – The social media platform has named Ned Segal as its chief financial officer, replacing Anthony Noto, who was serving as both CFO and chief operating officer since November. Segal is a former Goldman Sachs and Intuit executive.

Apple (AAPL) – The tech giant is building a data center in the southern province of Guizhou to store information for its customers in China. The center, which will be operated by a government-owned company, is being formed in order to comply with China’s new rules on data storage and cloud-services operation.

Amazon (AMZN) – The e-commerce giant has reclaimed $1,000 per share on speculation that it generated a record $1 billion in sales on Prime Day. The annual event, which featured hundreds of thousands of deals, was offered in Mexico, China and India for the first time.

For more on Wednesday’s big stock movers, check out the Final Round, live at 4 p.m. ET, right here on Yahoo Finance.