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Winners and losers
Stocks in the red include Hain Celestial as the beverage maker reported $897,000 of “bad debt” stemming from baby formula products at bankrupt Toys ‘R Us; Weight Watchers as fund Artal Luxembourg plans to sell 6.5 million shares in a secondary offering; and Hertz, with shares stuck in reverse as the car rental operator reported a wider loss than expected, as its turnaround plans hit a snag.
Stocks in the green include Snap as the Snapchat owner names Amazon VP Tim Stone as its new CFO; Citi as activist hedge fund ValueAct revealed a more than $1 billion stake in the bank; and Dean Foods, going higher as the dairy company reported an earnings beat citing improved cost reductions.