Take-Two, Apellis falls; Dave & Buster’s, Endo venue
NEW YORK (AP) – Stocks that traded heavily or experienced substantial price changes on Friday:
Dave & Buster’s Entertainment Inc., up 41 cents to $ 35.85.
The owner of Dave & Buster’s, a restaurant and arcade chain, has significantly exceeded analysts’ second-quarter profit guidance.
Apellis Pharmaceuticals Inc., down $ 20.68 to $ 34.93.
Investors were disappointed with the biopharmaceutical company’s update on a potential treatment for eye conditions.
Echo Global Logistics Inc., up $ 16.38 to $ 47.70.
The supply chain management service provider is acquired by private equity firm The Jordan Company.
Endo International Plc., Up 69 cents to $ 2.79.
The drug company has reached a $ 50 million opioid settlement with New York State and two major counties.
Take-Two Interactive Software Inc., down $ 3.09 to $ 153.94.
The maker of Grand Theft Auto and other video games has reaffirmed its financial guidance for the year, which remains below Wall Street expectations.
Devon Energy Corp., up 11 cents to $ 28.07.
The energy company has gained ground with rising oil prices.
Southern Copper Corp., up $ 1.68 to $ 61.87.
Rising copper prices helped boost the metals mining company’s shares.
American Airlines Group Inc., down from $ 1.25 to $ 18.95.
Airlines continue to struggle as the delta variant of COVID-19 cuts spending and travel.