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5 Stock Gainers for Friday:,,, eXp World Holdings, Arcturus Therapeutics Holdings, and Zillow Group were among Friday's top gainers.

Stocks finished mixed Friday as ongoing tension between the United States and China and coronavirus stimulus negotiations overshadowed a better than expected jobs report.

The U.S. economy added a better-than-expected 1.8 million jobs last month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday, pulling the headline unemployment rate to 10.2%.

Here are some of the market's biggest gainers for Friday:

1. | Percentage Increase Over 17%  (STMP) - Get Free Report soared Friday after the online postage provider reported much stronger earnings for the second quarter than analysts expected. Last year, formed a collaboration with UPS  (UPS) - Get Free Report to give its customers access to discounted shipping rates. 

2. | Percentage Increase Over 9%  (OSTK) - Get Free Report was higher Friday. The online retailer recently beat Wall Street second-quarter earnings expectations, with net revenue doubling to $783 million and the number of new customers more than tripling year over year.

3. eXp World Holdings | Percentage Increase Over 9%

Cloud-based real estate brokerage services company eXp World Holdings  (EXPI) - Get Free Report  advanced after announcing Thursday that it  intends to expand real estate operations to France, India, Mexico, Portugal and South Africa by the end of 2020. 

4. Arcturus Therapeutics | Percentage Increase Over 2%

Biotech company Arcturus Therapeutics  (ARCT) - Get Free Report climbed Friday. The company, which is scheduled to report second-quarter results on Monday, is seeing favorable earnings estimate revisions as of late, which is generally a precursor to an earnings beat, according to Zacks. 

5. Zillow Group | Percentage Increase Over 11%

Online real-estate group Zillow  (Z) - Get Free Report reported that its second-quarter loss widened, but the figure was stronger than analysts had estimated. The company’s revenue jumped 28% to $768 million from $600 million in the year-ago quarter. The FactSet analyst consensus called for $615 million.