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S&P 500   5,088.80
DOW   39,131.53
QQQ   436.78
A collection of the insights Warren Buffett offered in his annual letter Saturday
66,000% upside on tiny biotech? (Ad)
How this AP photographer captured a unique splash at the swimming worlds with an underwater camera
Consumers are increasingly pushing back against price increases — and winning
66,000% upside on tiny biotech? (Ad)
Tax-free status of movie, music and games traded online is on table as WTO nations meet in Abu Dhabi
Delays in promised Western military aid to Ukraine are costing lives, the defense minister says
[BREAKING] Pentagon to Spend Billions on "Living Missile" (Ad)
Corruption scandals cast a shadow over Portugal’s early general election and may favor populists
Federal prosecutors accuse a New Mexico woman of fraud in oil and gas royalty case
S&P 500   5,088.80
DOW   39,131.53
QQQ   436.78
A collection of the insights Warren Buffett offered in his annual letter Saturday
66,000% upside on tiny biotech? (Ad)
How this AP photographer captured a unique splash at the swimming worlds with an underwater camera
Consumers are increasingly pushing back against price increases — and winning
66,000% upside on tiny biotech? (Ad)
Tax-free status of movie, music and games traded online is on table as WTO nations meet in Abu Dhabi
Delays in promised Western military aid to Ukraine are costing lives, the defense minister says
[BREAKING] Pentagon to Spend Billions on "Living Missile" (Ad)
Corruption scandals cast a shadow over Portugal’s early general election and may favor populists
Federal prosecutors accuse a New Mexico woman of fraud in oil and gas royalty case
S&P 500   5,088.80
DOW   39,131.53
QQQ   436.78
A collection of the insights Warren Buffett offered in his annual letter Saturday
66,000% upside on tiny biotech? (Ad)
How this AP photographer captured a unique splash at the swimming worlds with an underwater camera
Consumers are increasingly pushing back against price increases — and winning
66,000% upside on tiny biotech? (Ad)
Tax-free status of movie, music and games traded online is on table as WTO nations meet in Abu Dhabi
Delays in promised Western military aid to Ukraine are costing lives, the defense minister says
[BREAKING] Pentagon to Spend Billions on "Living Missile" (Ad)
Corruption scandals cast a shadow over Portugal’s early general election and may favor populists
Federal prosecutors accuse a New Mexico woman of fraud in oil and gas royalty case

GameStop, Oxford Industries fall; Greif, Graham rise, Thursday, 6/8/2023

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial prices changes on Wall Street Thursday:

GameStop Corp., down $4.67 to $21.44.

The video game retailer fired CEO Matt Furlong and named Ryan Cohen executive chairman.

Greif Inc., up $5.82 to $70.04.

The industrial packaging company reported strong fiscal second-quarter earnings.

Kirkland’s Inc., down 12 cents to $3.03.

The home decor retailer's first-quarter loss was bigger than analysts expected.

Oxford Industries Inc., down $6.21 to $101.

The owner of the Tommy Bahama, Lilly Pulitzer and Southern Tide clothing lines trimmed its profit forecast.

Semtech Corp., up $1.09 to $23.52.

The chipmaker reported strong first-quarter financial results.

Signet Jewelers Ltd., down $7.41 to $62.11.

The jewelry company cut its profit forecast for the year.

Graham Corp., up $1.30 to $13.

The maker of vacuum and heat-transfer equipment beat Wall Street's fiscal fourth-quarter financial forecasts.

Hooker Furniture Corp., up 4 cents to $17.08.

The home furnishings company reported strong first-quarter earnings.

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