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Travelers, Beazer rise; United Airlines, Healthpeak fall

Thursday, January 21, 2021 | The Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes Thursday:

ACI Worldwide Inc., up $1.87 to $40.50

The payment systems company is considering options including a sale, according to media reports.

Baker Hughes Co., down 34 cents to $22.55

The oilfield services company's fourth-quarter profit fell short of Wall Street forecasts.

Apple Inc., up $4.84 to $136.87

The iPhone maker is developing a virtual reality headset device, according to media reports.

United Airlines Holdings Inc., down $2.59 to $42.59

The airline reported a sharper fourth-quarter loss than Wall Street expected and warned of weak revenue in the first quarter.

Beazer Homes USA Inc., up 94 cents to $19.30

Homebuilders made gains after a report showed U.S. home construction jumped 5.8% in December to a 14-year high.

Healthpeak Properties Inc., down 23 cents to $29.93

The company is buying back up to $1.45 billion in senior notes.

Enphase Energy Inc., up $12.69 to $212.09

The solar technology company made gains as a more renewable energy-friendly administration takes over in Washington.

Travelers Companies Inc., up $3.70 to $148.72

The insurer handily beat Wall Street’s fourth-quarter profit forecasts.

Companies Mentioned in This Article

CompanyMarketRank™Current PricePrice ChangeDividend YieldP/E RatioConsensus RatingConsensus Price Target
The Travelers Companies (TRV)2.6$152.36flat2.23%17.41Hold$135.20
United Airlines (UAL)1.4$50.52flatN/A-3.07Hold$47.00
ACI Worldwide (ACIW)1.3$38.29flatN/A75.08Buy$43.40
Enphase Energy (ENPH)1.9$143.55flatN/A112.15Buy$177.00
Beazer Homes USA (BZH)1.8$17.99flatN/A10.34Buy$15.00
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