After the Bell: and Stocks to Watch Thursday Oct 8th 2020

 

 

 

 

  • FBI uncovers armed militia group plot to abduct Michigan Gov. Whitmer.
  • Appeals court blocks order allowing and extra week for counting Wisconsin absentee ballots for  Presidential Election 2020.
  • Warner media cuts cost by 20% cutting thousands of jobs. This is the second wave of cuts.  Warner Brothers had eliminated 500 jobs back in August.
  • The nuclear energy producer Exelon rose more than 1% in after-hours today.
  • An analyst upgraded Zoom video with a price target of $555 per share based on the belief that the company will continue as a market leader and provide revenue growth for its investors.
  • The FDA granted emergency clearance GenMark Diagnostics. The company makes tests that screen for Covid-19 ,  the flu another viruses.
  • Fiverr the website where people can hire freelancers, prices %400  million dollars  debt offering.
  • Game Stop partners in a deal with airsoft that includes Cloud operations.
  • The Roku Channel Launches on Amazon Fire TV.
  • Google Assistant now can open, search mobile apps.
  • AMD has a new chip for gamers. It introduced Next Generation Ryzen 5000 Series 4 Desktop Processors as the company looks to close it on competition with Intel.
  • Housing markets are hot due to real estate stocks advancing   due  Exceptionally low interest rates. Covid-19 has people move out of the cities and into the suburbs. Hot markets to watch for Rochester New York Bakersfield California Harrisburg Carlisle Pennsylvania Allentown Bethlehem Pennsylvania South Portland Maine Colorado Springs Colorado and Fresno, California.

 

 

Nancy Pelosi holds back standalone bill for airlines.

Nancy Pelosi holds back standalone bill for airlines.

Most Active Stock Market Movers, Gainers And Losers Thursday, October 8th

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