Consumers carry Kohl bags in Chicago.

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Here are some of the biggest companies in the midday business:

Nevia – Chip giant shares rose more than 9% after the company Winning revenue and sales estimates for the third quarterR. Nivia reported a net profit of $ 1.17 per share and $ 7.1 billion. Analysts expect analysts to earn $ 1.11 and $ 6.82 billion per share. Market capitalization exceeded $ 800 billion during Thursday’s rally.

Kohl’s – Retail shares rose 8% more than expected in the third quarter. The company earned $ 1.65 per share on $ 4.6 billion. FactSet analysts earn 70 cents and $ 4.27 billion per share. Kohl’s has expanded its year-round sales and revenue perspective.

Macy Retail sales rose 21% after Massie’s third quarter results hit higher and lower estimates. The quarterly profit margin was 41.0%, up from 35.6% last year, the company said.

Cisco Systems – The technology company shares fell more than 7% in midday trading, pulling down the Dow Jones Industrial Average. On Wednesday, Cisco Systems released revenue guidelines for the next quarter at the lower end of estimates. The company reported revenue growth of between 4.5% and 6.5% in the second quarter, down from an estimated 7.4%, according to Refinitiv. Fiscal First quarter earnings Overcoming expectations, however, revenue has fallen short of expectations.

Apple – Massive technology shares have increased by 2.5% and have since reached an all-time high Bloomberg News Apple plans to produce cars by 2025. The company wants the vehicle to be completely independent.

Activision Blizzard – Activision Blizzard, the company’s chief executive, continues to face a downturn following allegations of sexual misconduct against the company, and the share of video game publishers decreased by about 4%. JPMorgan Activision Blizzard is down to neutral.He said investors should stay away from the stock market until the dispute is resolved.

BJ’s wholesale – Retail sales rose 17% after BJ’s third-quarter results reported higher than expected. The company said it had a net profit of 91 cents and $ 4.26 billion. Analysts expect 80 cents and $ 3.92 billion in revenue.

JD.com – China e-commerce market in the US rose 6.3% after JD.com’s third quarter results hit higher and lower estimates. The company’s net revenue increased by 23 percent year-over-year, while net service revenue increased by 43 percent.

Alibaba – China’s share of e-commerce grew by 9 percent a day. After the loss of revenue and revenue promises for the September quarterThe declining economic growth in China is also taking its toll on the economy.

Bathing and body work, Victoria’s Secret – The two companies that previously founded El Brands went bankrupt on Thursday following the quarterly results. Bathing and bodybuilding shares rose 7% higher than expected

CVS – Pharmaceutical chain shares rose 2.9 percent after the company said it would. Nearly 900 stores will close in the next three years Since spring 2022. CVS said it would focus its efforts on digital development and turn its stores into healthcare destinations.

Otley – Alternative milk supply increased by more than 3% Morgan Stanley Othlin has improved overweight.. The investment company said the stock was too cheap considering the strong consumer environment.

Petco – The pet retailer reported more than expected quarterly earnings and earnings, but saw its stock fall by about 11 percent. Petco’s margin was narrower than that year.

– CNBC’s Yun Li and Maggie Fitzgerald contributed to this report.

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