Shares making the largest strikes noon: Pfizer, Moderna, Boeing, extra

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Check out the companies that are making the headlines in midday trading.

Boeing – Boeing shares rose 3.2% after Virgin Orbit, a satellite launch spin-off from Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic, announced that it will go public at a valuation of $ 3.7 billion. Boeing will invest in the deal’s private investment in a public equity round. Virgin Orbit partners with a special purpose vehicle NextGen Acquisition Corp. II, which was up 1.9% on its shares after the news.

Pfizer, BioNTech – Drug manufacturers’ stocks rose Monday after the Food and Drug Administration full consent given to the Pfizer and BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine – first in the US to receive the coveted award. Pfizer’s shares rose 2.5% and BioNTech rose 9.6%. Shares in Modern rose 7.6% in the hope that approval paves the way for own approval.

General Motors – The automaker’s shares ticked 1.3% lower after General Motors’ Recall of his electric car Chevy Bolt on Friday. It will include newer models, a move that will cost the automaker an additional $ 1 billion. The recall addresses an issue that can increase the risk of battery fire.

Occidental Petroleum, Devonian energy – Energy stocks rebounded Oil prices rose on Monday, with a seven-day losing streak, the longest in crude oil since 2019. Occidental Petroleum rose 6.9%, Devon Energy rose 6.1%. Diamondback energy 5.9% increased and Marathon oil 5.4% up.

Robin Hood Robinhood stock rose 6.2% despite Wall Street analysts pessimistic on newly listed brokerage stocks. Many Cover initiated by investment firms was rated neutral or equal by Robinhood on Monday, and the stock was even given a rare underweight to JPMorgan’s Kenneth Worthington.

Didi Global – Chinese ride-hailing app shares rose 3.4% despite Beijing’s investigation into the company. The Financial Times reported Didi could be forced to sell shares with special rights to the Chinese government and the company could be asked to cut commissions from drivers.

Tesla – Tesla shares rose 3.8% after Deutsche Bank reiterated its purchase rating at the electric vehicle manufacturer. The company said Tesla’s Artificial Intelligence Day last week set out a “bold vision” and analysts “came with greater appreciation for it Tesla ‘s efforts on AI. “

Abercrombie & Fitch The apparel retail stock rose 2.3% after Tesley confirmed its outperformance rating from Abercrombie & Fitch and expected “margin widening”. The company plans to publish the results this week.

– CNBC’s Maggie Fitzgerald and Yun Li contributed to the coverage

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