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Stocks on the move: Tesla close above $2,000, Foot Locker tops expectations

Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro breaks down the stocks to watch Friday.

Video Transcript

ADAM SHAPIRO: As we head to break, want to talk about some stocks on the move. And let's talk about Tesla. Have you been watching that? So yesterday, Tesla shares, they closed above $2,000 a share. And right now, heading higher. $2,058 and change. So it's a good day for Elon Musk and company. Just to put this in perspective, year to date Tesla is up 370 plus percent. Shares were trading at a measly $430 a share on January 2.

Then there's Foot Locker. The sneaker seller reinstated its dividend. They announced that this morning when they announced their previous quarter earnings. And they posted they had already warned everybody. And it wasn't really a warning. It was a hey, we're going to do better than you might expect. Well, they did. Revenue for the company came in at a little over $2 billion, which was higher than everybody was expecting.

And the CEO said quote, "As our global fleet of stores reopened, our customers responded with enthusiasm and energy to our assortments and visited our stores with a high intent to purchase." One way to say, they've reinstated the dividend. I'm not mad at that.