6 Stocks Are Making Big Moves Today

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Markets are slightly up today, with the Dow and S&P 500 up roughly 0.2% and the Nasdaq trading flat. 

Here are some major movers today.


Southwest Airlines (LUV): Up 5.2% Southwest has announced that they plan to offer international flights, which is news that investors apparently enjoyed   Hewlett Packard (HPQ): Up 4.9% HP is up after beating expectations for its fiscal second quarter, and announcing that 8% of the workforce, or 27,000 employees, will be laid off.   Patterson Companies (PDCO): Up 3.0% Patterson Companies reported a 5.9% increase in revenue and beat net income estimates by 4 cents per share.Losers:

NetApp (NTAP) Down 12.8% — NetApp announced expectations for its fiscal first quarter below Wall Street’s expectations, which has caused the stock to be today’s laggard.

Tiffany & Co (TIF) Down 9.1% — Disappointing earnings are hitting the jewellery company, which suggests that the economic worries are hurting luxury spending.

F5 Networks (FFIV) Down 6.6% — Deutsche Bank cut its estimate to $140 from $150 for FFIV, citing concerns about business spending on equipment and software.

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