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Check out the companies that make dinner headlines Friday:
Newell Brands – Newell Brands shares increased more than 11% after the company beat Wall Street estimates on first quarter results. Rubbermaid container and Elmer Lim Maker reported an income of 14 cents per share. Analysts asked by Refinitiv expected a profit of 6 cents per share.
Activision Blizzard – Shares of Activision Blizzard were down 5.4% one day after the company said monthly active users fell nearly 8% from the same period a year ago. This decline overshadowed stronger than expected earnings in the first quarter.
Expedia – The travel company's stock fell 2.3% after the company had a lower than expected amount in its affiliate hotels. Rome nights, a key figure for the hotel industry, grew by 9% in the first quarter. Analysts asked for Refinitive expected growth of 9.4%. Revenue for the quarter was also disappointed.
Gilead Sciences-Gilead Sciences gained 3.2% after revenue from the company's HIV medication shattered expectations, leading to $ 793 million, $ 111 million higher than expected. The pharmaceutical company also reported revenue of $ 1.76 per share, 15 cents higher than a refinitive estimate.
Shake Shack – Shake Shack jumped 4.1% after the company reported the same store sales that exceeded analysts' expectations. The Burger community reported revenue growth in the same quarter in the third quarter, while analysts asked by Refinitiv only expected an increase of 0.9%.
U.S. Steel – The company's share jumped over 10% on the back of quarterly results that exceeded analysts' expectations. US Steel posted earnings per share of 47 cents, and it was easy to add a refinitive estimate of 22 cents.
Walmart – Walmart shares rose 1% after a Bernstein analyst upgraded the dealer's stock to outperform the market, noting that Walmart could show an "outsized" return ahead.
Tesla – Shares in the electric car manufacturer were up 4.5% after the company said it increased the size of the share and bond dividends. Tesla said it was set at $ 2.7 billion in capital, which will also include $ 25 million from CEO Elon Musk.
Dish Network – Shares in the US television provider rose almost 4% despite the release of disappointing quarterly results. Dish Network reported earnings per share of 65 cents on $ 3.17 billion in revenue. Wall Street expected a profit of 66 cents a share of $ 3.18 billion in revenue, according to Refinitiv.
CNBC's Nadine El-Bawab, Matt Lavietes and Jessica Bursztynsky contributed to this report.