A performer dressed as Mickey Mouse entertains friends through the reopening of the Disneyland theme park in Anaheim, California, U.S., on Friday, April 30, 2021.
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Take a look at the businesses making headlines in noon buying and selling.
Coca-Cola – Shares of beverage big rose 1% after it topped analysts’ expectations in its fourth-quarter results. Coca-Cola beat revenue estimates by 4 cents per share with adjusted quarterly earnings of 45 cents per share. Income additionally topped Wall Avenue forecasts, in line with Refinitiv.
Disney — Shares of the media big rose almost 4% in noon buying and selling following its stellar quarterly report. The corporate reported per-share earnings 43 cents above Wall Avenue estimates, in line with Refinitiv. The corporate additionally topped income expectations. Disney+ subscriptions totaled 129.8 million, increased than the forecast 125.75 million.
Uber — Shares of the ride-hailing firm fell 2.1% even after its quarterly revenue beat analysts’ estimates and stated it is beginning to bounce again from headwinds brought on by the omicron coronavirus surge. At its investor day Thursday, Uber additionally stated it expects to be free money movement optimistic earlier than the top of the yr.
Mattel — The toy and sport maker’s shares rose 8% after the corporate reported fourth-quarter earnings and income that topped analysts’ forecasts. Mattel’s outcomes had been pushed partially by development in its Barbie model. The corporate additionally issued an upbeat 2022 outlook.
Sonos – The audio product maker noticed its shares rally greater than 10% after beating earnings on the highest and backside strains. Sonos stated demand stays sturdy, though it’s nonetheless being affected by provide chain points.
Twilio — The software program maker’s shares soared 7.3% after the corporate reported a income beat and bold quarterly guidance. Its fourth-quarter income was almost 10% increased than analysts anticipated. The corporate additionally stated it noticed positive factors from its acquisitions of Section and Zipwhip.
PepsiCo – PepsiCo shares dipped 1.8% even after the meals and beverage firm beat analysts’ expectations in its fourth-quarter earnings. The corporate warned of price pressures as inflation persists.
Royal Caribbean – Shares of Royal Caribbean rose 1.4% after Citigroup launched coverage of the title and stated it was the agency’s favourite cruise inventory. Citi gave the inventory a purchase score.
International Flavors & Fragrances – The ingredient firm’s shares jumped greater than 6% in noon buying and selling. The motion comes a day after the Wall Street Journal reported that activist investor Carl Icahn will add a brand new director to the corporate’s board.
— CNBC’s Yun Li, Maggie Fitzgerald and Tanaya Macheel contributed reporting.