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5 Top Stock Gainers for Friday: Sunrun, Peloton, Dave & Buster's

Sunrun, Dave & Buster's, Peloton Interactive, Affirm Holdings and Oatly Group are five top stock gainers for Friday.

Stocks ended mixed Friday as markets digested faster-than-expected factory gate inflation data and the ongoing rise in domestic coronavirus infections.

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

1. Sunrun | Increase 0.20%

Sunrun  (RUN) - Get Sunrun Inc. Report shares rose early Friday after analysts at Needham initiated coverage of the residential solar energy systems company with a a buy rating and a $75 price target. Analyst analyst Vikram Bagri said Sunrun is "the leader in the crowded US residential solar industry." Shares gave up most of their gains by the end of the session amid a broader slump in the markets.

2. Dave & Buster's | Increase 1.2%

Dave & Buster's Entertainment  (PLAY) - Get Dave & Buster's Entertainment, Inc. Report shares surged after the entertainment and restaurant chain beat Wall Street's second-quarter earnings expectations and received price-target boosts from analysts. Revenue totaled $377.6 million, more than seven times the pandemic-hammered year-earlier figure and coming in ahead of Wall Street's call for $358.5 million.

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3. Peloton Interactive | Increase 6.8%

Peloton Interactive  (PTON) - Get Peloton Interactive, Inc. Class A Report shares continued to climb after the connected fitness equipment maker unveiled plans to launch an athletic apparel brand. The new clothing line will feature a mix of men's and women's apparel, as well as gender-neutral offerings, ranging in price from $15 to $118, and include jerseys, hoodies, tights and shorts.

4. Affirm Holdings | Increase 34.4%

Shares of Affirm Holdings  (AFRM) - Get Affirm Holdings Report soared after the "buy now, pay later" network blasted Wall Street's sales estimates and forecast 2022 revenues of more than $1.1 billion. Gross merchandise volumes more than doubled from the same period last year to $2.5 billion.

5. Oatly Group | Increase 5.8%

Oatly Group  (OTLY) - Get Oatly Report shares advanced after Cowen analyst Brian Holland initiated coverage of the oat-milk and vegan-food producer with an outperform rating and $26 price target. The analyst said he believes the "runway for the oat based segment is significant" based on the relative value proposition.