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5 Stock Gainers for Tuesday: Opko Health, DraftKings, Smith & Wesson

The big stock gainers for Tuesday: Northern Dynasty Minerals, Opko Health, DraftKings, Smith & Wesson Brands and Camping World Holdings.
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Stocks finished mixed Tuesday as European leaders agreed to a $2.1 trillion budget and coronavirus relief package.

Big U.S. tech stocks declined after the tech heavy Nasdaq paused its recent rally.

Here are some of the big movers in the stock market Tuesday:

1. Northern Dynasty Minerals| Percentage Increase Over 13%

Canadian mining company Northern Dynasty Minerals  (NAK) - Get Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. Report rose following a Reuters report that said that U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is ready to recommend development of the Pebble Mine copper and gold project in Alaska.

2. Opko Health | Percentage Increase Over 18%

The Street Quant Rating rates Opko Health a Sell with a rating score of D.

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Opko Health  (OPK) - Get OPKO Health, Inc. Report moved higher Tuesday after the medical testing company's BioReference Labs division won a coronavirus screening contract with the National Football League. 

3. DraftKings| Percentage Increase Over 7%

Online sports betting company DraftKings  (DKNG) - Get DraftKings Inc Class A Report was surging. Morgan Stanley recently reported that sports betting could hit record levels once major U.S. sports resume following the coronavirus pandemic.

4. Smith & Wesson Brands | Percentage Increase Over 5%

Firearms maker Smith & Wesson Brands has been climbing recently and last month reported fourth-quarter revenue of $233.6 million, up nearly 33% from a year ago.

5. Camping World Holdings | Percentage Increase Over 6%

The Street Quant Rating rates Camping World Holdings a Sell with a rating score of D.

Camping World Holdings  (CWH) - Get Camping World Holdings, Inc. Class A Report said Monday its board had approved a 12.5% increase in the quarterly dividend to 9 cents from 8 cents a share.

TheStreet's Jim Cramer noted that "camping is the perfect Covid-19-free vacation, one with built-in social distancing."