Investing.com — on Wednesday in the spotlight of investors at the auction before the opening of the US market, were shares of the following companies.
• 15:12 GMT, the stock price of GameStop (NYSE:GME) fell by 30% after a report that its sales fell by double-digit value. The company also reduced the dividend. User interest has shifted away from console games in game streaming and available for download.
• Shares Salesforce.com (NYSE:CRM) rose 3.8% after Tuesday after the trading session, the company presented the income statement, which was better than analysts ‘ forecasts and gave a forecast for 2020. The company has benefited from expanding the range of products and increased demand for services recently acquired by MuleSoft.
• The stock of Fiat Chrysler (NYSE:FCAU) fell by 0.9% in line with the fall the entire stock market of Italy after reports that the EU has begun the process of disciplinary punishment of the country for violation of rules of planning of the state budget. Offer Fiat Chrysler about buying French carmaker Renault (PA:RENA) continues to be discussed by the Board of Directors of the latter.
• Shares of Pivotal Software (NYSE:PVTL), the majority of which belongs to Dell Technologies, fell 28 percent after weak forecast for the second quarter and the entire fiscal year. At the moment the stock price of this company is lower than in the time of the IPO a year ago.
• The value of the shares Campbell Soup Company (NYSE:CPB) rose 4.8% after its report exceeded the analysts of wall street, and the company olushola its forecast for the year.
• The shares of Cronos (NASDAQ:CRON) rose by 9% in response to what analysts at Bank of America/Merrill Lynch raised their rating to “Buy” because of the potential of ekspansii manufacturers of products from cannabis to the US market.
• The stock of Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) rose 2.4% after reports that, according to Reuters, the company plans to ask developers to place its logo with the Apple button in the apps buttons Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Facebook (NASDAQ:FB).
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