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Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Wynn Resorts, TuSimple, Newell Brands, First Solar and more

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This photograph taken on October 20, 2022 shows the signage of Wynn Casino resort with the Grand Lisboa and Casino Lisboa in the backdrop in Macau.
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Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading.

Wynn Resorts – Shares of the casino operator jumped 10% after a filing showed billionaire investor and restaurant owner Tilman Fertitta has built a passive 6.1% stake in the company. The stock is still down more than 20% this year.

Newell Brands

TuSimpleinternal investigation showed improper dealings and a possible tech transfer to a Chinese firm by Hou. The FBI and Securities and Exchange Commission are both investigating, the Wall Street Journal reported.

First Solar — The solar stock jumped more than 9% during midday trading. On Friday, Bank of America raised its price objective on First Solar, saying the company’s growth prospects remain intact even after its more than 60% rally this year, according to the analyst.

Paramount Globalbeing downgraded by Wells Fargo Securities to underweight from equal weight. Analyst Steven Cahall, who had just downgraded the media company to equal weight earlier this month, expects negative revisions and a possible reconsideration of sports rights or a shift in strategy from Paramount.

HanesBrands Incsheet issues in the next year.

Meta PlatformsAlphabetAppleMicrosoft

Global Payments

Align Technology$200 million accelerated share buyback agreement under its $1 billion repurchase program.

Howmet Aerospace

NOV Inc.

Oil and energy stocks – Oil and energy company stocks got a boost Monday after the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries said it sees oil demand growing for the next few decades and called for trillions of dollars of investment into the sector. Shares of Coterra EnergyDiamondbackOccidental Petroleum

ON Semiconductor

Amgenchallenging setup” for the stock to outperform following the update, according to the firm.

— CNBC’s Yun Li, Alex Harring, Michelle Fox, Sarah Min and Jesse Pound contributed reporting

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