Baker Hughes and Hostess move up while FTD and Rubicon dive
The maker of Twinkies and other snacks issued a solid forecast for 2017.
The steakhouse chain operator disclosed a bigger profit and more revenue than analysts expected.
The flower and gift company said orders fell 8 per cent in the fourth quarter and took an
The digital ad exchange operator forecast a first-quarter loss and lower sales than
Homebuilders rose after an index showed the companies are continuing to grow more optimistic about their sales prospects.
The Evening Standard reported
Energy companies climbed after the price of oil changed course to break out of a recent slump.
Technology stocks lagged the market on Wednesday.
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