Shares of video game maker Take-Two Interactive (TTWO) were up in early morning trading Thursday after CEO Strauss Zelnick appeared on Jim Cramer's Mad Money show on CNBC.
Shares of Shake Shack (SHAK) were up Tuesday after the burger chain reported strong earnings Monday and received an endorsement from Jim Cramer on CNBC's Mad Money.
Shares of Petrobras (PBR.A) were up in morning trading Monday after the beleaguered Brazilian state-owned energy company reported a surprise first-quarter earnings beat on Friday.
Shares of Petrobras (PBR) were up in morning trading Monday after the beleaguered Brazilian state-owned energy company reported a surprise first-quarter earnings beat on Friday.
Shares of Urban Outfitters (URBN) were up in morning trading Monday after Jim Cramer was bullish on the stock on his Mad Money show on CNBC on Friday night.
Shares of iron ore producer Vale were flat in early afternoon trading Thursday after peer company BHP Billiton defended its strategy of increasing iron ore output during a global oversupply.
Shares of Union Pacific (UNP) were down Thursday as railroad stocks declined after Kansas City Southern withdrew its 2015 revenue and volume guidance at an investor conference.
Shares of technical instruments firm Giga-tronics (GIGA) sold off in morning trading Thursday following Wednesday's surge.
Shares of Entergy (ETR) were up in morning trading Thursday after chairman and CEO Leo Denault appeared on Jim Cramer's Mad Money show on CNBC.
Shares of nTelos Holdings (NTLS) closed higher by 30.32% to $8.08 after the Financial Times' "Alphaville" section reported that the wireless telecommunications company could be a takeover target.