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5 Top Stock Gainers for Tuesday: UPS, Crocs, Penn National

UPS, Crocs, Penn National Gaming, TrueBlue and First Choice Bancorp are five top stock gainers for Tuesday.
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Stocks ended mixed Tuesday after Wall Street posted record closings in the previous session.

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

1. United Parcel Service | Increase 10%

United Parcel Service  (UPS) - Get United Parcel Service Inc. Report rose after delivering better-than-expected first-quarter profit. Net income came to $5.47 a share vs. an adjusted loss of $2.87 a share a year earlier. Revenue increased 27% to $22.9 billion.

2. Crocs | Increase 15%

Shares of Crocs  (CROX) - Get Crocs Inc. Report jumped after the shoe producer reported record first-quarter revenue and topped analyst estimates. Net income came to $98.4 million, or $1.49 a share. Revenue of $460.1 million was up from $281.2 million a year earlier.

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3. Penn National Gaming | Increase 2.6%

Penn National Gaming  (PENN) - Get Penn National Gaming Inc. Report shares rose after a Needham analyst initiated coverage of the gambling company at buy with a $151 price target, calling the risk-reward balance compelling. The investment firm estimates that the North America gambling market is an emerging $35 billion opportunity.

4. TrueBlue | Increase 25%

TrueBlue  (TBI) - Get TrueBlue Inc. Report surged after the staffing and employment services company beat Wall Street's first-quarter-earnings expectations. The company swung to net income of 20 cents a share from a loss of $4.04 a share a year earlier. Revenue totaled $459 million, down 7%.

5. First Choice Bancorp | Increase 27%

Shares of First Choice Bancorp  (FCBP) - Get First Choice Bancorp Report were soaring after the financial services company agreed to be acquired by Enterprise Financial Services  (EFSC) - Get Enterprise Financial Services Corporation Report in a transaction valued at $33.40 a First Choice share, or about $398 million.