An American Airlines aircraft lands at Miami International Airport in Miami, Florida on June 16, 2021.
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Check out the companies that are making headlines in midday trading.
Simon Property Group – The mall operator rose by 7.2% after Stifel2% updated to buy the stock from the hold. The Wall Street firm said Simon Property Group’s recent underperformance was a good entry point into a stock poised to rebound.
Banks – Banks rebounded Tuesday after suffering a blow on Monday when bond yields plummeted. JP Morgan, City group and Bank of America are all up more than 2% as US 10-year Treasuries rose over 1.2%. Regionals trade even higher, with Zions adding 7% and Regions and Fifth Third adding more than 4.5%.
Virgo galactic The space tourism company’s shares fell 1.1% after rival Blue Origin successfully completed its first manned flight with billionaire founder Jeff Bezos on board. Virgin Galactic and its found Richard Branson completed their own maiden flight earlier this month.
PPG industry – Shares fell 4.4% after the company reported worse-than-expected earnings results. The paint and coatings maker earned an adjusted $ 1.94 per share last quarter, falling short of its consensus estimate of $ 2.19. PPG also warned that input and other costs would rise in the current quarter.
Airlines – The sector was one of the hardest hit sectors during Monday’s sell-off, losing around 4%, but is now climbing higher and making up for its losses. United and Delta Airlines rose by around 4% in midday trading. American Airlines jumped about 5%.
IBM – The company’s technology and services provider shares rose 1.5% after the company’s shares Second quarter profit Exceeding top and bottom line estimates. IBM made an adjusted $ 2.33 per share on revenue of $ 18.75 billion. Analysts had expected the company to make $ 2.29 per share on sales of $ 18.29 billion, according to Refinitiv estimates. Sales increased by 3% compared to the previous year.
Halliburton – The oilfield services company gained 3.7% after posting a profit for the second straight quarter on a rebound in oil prices. The company earned 26 cents per share, which was above the 23 cents expected. However, at $ 3.71 billion, sales fell short of the expected $ 3.74 billion.
Apple – The tech giant’s stocks rose 2.6%, helping to stimulate the broader markets. UBS has raised its target price for Apple ahead of next week’s earnings report, which said strong iPhone and Mac sales should boost the stock.
Citizen Finance Stocks rose 3.6% after reporting better-than-expected gains. The company reported earnings per share of $ 1.46, beating estimates by 35 cents, according to Refinitiv. However, sales fell short of expectations.
KeyCorp – Shares rose 3.3% after the company beat the top and bottom lines of its quarterly results. KeyCorp reported a profit of 73 cents on sales of $ 1.77 billion. According to Refinitiv, analysts expected a profit of 54 cents on sales of 1.73 billion US dollars.
Philip Morris International The cigarette maker lost 3.1% after missing its sales estimates for the second quarter. Philip Morris reported quarterly sales of $ 7.59 billion versus Wall Street’s estimate of $ 7.69 billion, according to Refinitiv.
– with reports from Tanaya Macheel, Hannah Miao, Pippa Stevens and Jesse Pound from CNBC.