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Today's charts: Twitter shares soar; Dish Network loses subscribers; Dunkin' Brands gets upgraded

Yahoo Finance is tracking Dish Network, Twitter and Dunkin’ Brands in intraday trading on Monday.

Dish Network (DISH) – The stock is in focus after reporting mixed first-quarter earnings. Dish Network posted earnings per share of 76 cents on revenue of $3.68 billion. Analysts were calling for EPS of 69 cents and revenue of $3.78 billion. A key figure Wall Street is focusing on is lost pay-TV subscribers. Dish lost 143,000 net pay-TV subscribers during the quarter, nearly double what analysts were expecting. Net broadband subscribers fell by 25,000.

Twitter (TWTR) – Chief executive Jack Dorsey has scooped up more shares of Twitter. Dorsey announced that he bought 547,000 shares of the company via Twitter after the closing bell on Friday. This brings his total amount of shares purchased this year to one million. Since January 1, Twitter’s stock has gained nearly 7%.

Dunkin’ Brands (DNKN) – RBC Capital Markets is more bullish on Dunkin’ Brands, upgrading the stock to outperform and raising its price target to $64 from $54. In a research note Monday morning, RBC wrote that the upgrade was “based on our outlook for improving franchisee profitability and improved long-term unit and EPS growth. In addition, we see upside from potential cash back to shareholders—either through accelerated buybacks or a higher dividend payout.”

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