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Jack Dorsey, CEO and co-founder of Square Inc., speaks during a Bloomberg TV interview Wednesday, August 2, 2017.
Check out the companies that make dinner headlines Tuesday:
Walt Disney – Media giant stocks rose more than 1% after a bank of America Merrill Lynch analyst raised their price target to $ 168 from $ 144, up 27.6% from Monday's end at $ 131.68. The analyst quoted the potential from the company's Disney + service, noting that it could be a valuable driver for shareholders.
Whirlpool – Whirlpool shares rose 0.8% after the device maker reported a earnings per share of $ 3.11. Analysts asked by Refinitv expected a profit of $ 2.86 per share. Finance director Jim Peters also said: "We are on the right track to meet our strong earnings and cash flow guidance for the year."
Harley-Davidson – Harley-Davidson shares fell as much as 4% before rising after President Donald Trump promised to oppose "unfair" EU tariffs that the motorcycle manufacturer partially owed for nearly 27% reduction in first quarter profits. The company said net sales for the first quarter were $ 127.9 million on consolidated revenue of $ 1.38 billion, as opposed to $ 174.8 million on consolidated revenue of $ 1.54 billion last year. The shares currently traded 0.5% higher.
Hasbro – Shares in Hasbro jumped 15.59% after the toy manufacturer reported better than expected. The company said the cashier's success for Transformer's movie spin-off "Bumblebee" charged sales of their action games.