5 Stock Gainers for Friday: Stamps.com, Overstock.com

Stamps.com, Overstock.com, eXp World Holdings, Arcturus Therapeutics Holdings, and Zillow Group were among Friday's top gainers.
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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. Stamps.com | Percentage Increase Over 17%

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

2. Overstock.com | Percentage Increase Over 9%

Overstock.com  (OSTK) - Get 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 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 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 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.