Stocks to Watch: After the Bell Thursday September 17th, 2020

American Well Corp. (AMWL), debuted in its IPO opening a $25 a share above the IPO price of $18. The stock was up almost 40% on the day. Google and pharmaceutical company Teva are investors in the company. They compete is the  digital medicine space in our competitor to Teladoc (TDOC) Which traded about $191 today.

Tesla shares shed 4.15% today ahead of battery day which is a widely anticipated event announcing battery cell manufacturing capacity for vehicle production in the growing market for EV vehicles for Tesla.

Amazon stock  underperform today in ground  2.25% to $3,008.73 compared to Walmart which rose 0.3 percent in today’s trading.

Ford  stock rose 3.74% today after it announced an  all-electric pickup and how it will compete by offering a competitive choice with heavy-duty hauling towing for businesses

Dave & Buster’s Entertainment — The restaurant and arcade chain’s stock fell 26.13% after the company warned of bankruptcy if an agreement can’t be reached with lenders, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal

Snowflake stock which became public yesterday in an IPO lost  10.39% today. The stock rose over 110% yesterday on the first day of trading. making snowflake worth 70.4 dollars at the end of the day.

AYTU rose +10.40% with ground breaking Covid Technology with UV light to cure sick people and also help in surgical rooms, dental offices, airplanes and commercial use.

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Aytu Bio to distribute Pinnacle IVD’s COVID-19 rapid antigen test and Ultraviolet (UV) Light

Apple Watch Series 6 delivers breakthrough wellness and fitness capabilities

EX-Wife of Amazon Jeff Bezos Mackenzie Scott is Now the World’s Richest Woman.

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