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5 Top Stock Gainers for Thursday: Palantir, Sonos, Lordstown

Palantir, Sonos, Lordstown Motors, Opendoor and ExOne are five top stock gainers for Thursday.

Stocks finished in record territory Thursday as the number of Americans filing for first time unemployment benefits fell for the third week in a row.

Here are some of the top gainers Thursday:

1. Palantir Technologies | Increase 11%

Palantir Technologies  (PLTR) - Get Palantir Technologies Report shares moved up after the software company reported second-quarter earnings that met Wall Street's expectations and revenue that exceeded them. The company reported earnings of 4 cents a share, matching analysts' forecasts. Revenue reached $376 million against the estimate of $360 million. 

2. Sonos | Increase 7.4%

Shares of Sonos  (SONO) - Get Sonos, Inc. Report climbed after the producer of high-end speakers reported a surprise swing to fiscal-third-quarter net income from a year-earlier loss on 52% higher revenue. Revenue reached $378.7 million from $249.3 million. Gross-profit margin widened three percentage points in the quarter to 47%.

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3. Lordstown Motors | Increase 2.9%

Lordstown Motors  (RIDE) - Get LORDSTOWN MOTORS CORP. Report shares advanced after the electric-vehicle maker said it would begin limited production of its Endurance pickup truck in late September. Several analysts expressed caution about the company's plans. Lordstown also posted a second-quarter loss.

4. Opendoor Technologies | Increase 24%

Shares of Opendoor Technologies  (OPEN)  jumped after the online home brokerage reported stronger-than-expected results for the second quarter. Analysts responded positively to the news, including KeyBanc analyst Edward Yruma, who has a buy rating on the company with a $42 price target.

5. ExOne | Increase 45%

ExOne  (XONE) - Get ExOne Co. Report shares jumped after the 3D-printing-machine maker said it was being acquired by a competitor, Desktop Metal  (DM) - Get DESKTOP METAL, INC. Report, in a transaction valued at about $575 million. Desktop Metal posted mixed second-quarter results, reporting a wider-than-expected loss but beating revenue forecasts.