16 Best Stocks in the Stock Market Thursday: Roku Rises

The rising stocks in the stock market Thursday include Sonos, L Brands, Roku, Nio, Twilio and GoodRx.
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Stocks are mixed in trading on Thursday as Covid-19 infection rates rise across the U.S. and families prepare for what Thanksgiving will look like as cities and states 

Here are the best stocks in the stock market Thursday by their performance in percentage change at the close of trading on Nov. 19. The stocks selected must be a greater than $20 share price.

1. Sonos INC SONO | Increased +29.84%

Sonos  (SONO) - Get Report shares jumped on Thursday after the maker of smart speakers and other audio equipment reported strong fiscal-fourth-quarter earnings that beat analyst estimates.

2. Bilibili Inc BILI | Increased +22.17%

Bilibili  (BILI) - Get Report reported earnings Thursday with a third-quarter loss that beat analyst estimates. Shares of the Chinese video-sharing company have been rising throughout 2020.

3. Jumia Technologies JMIA | Increased +18.37%

Jumia Technologies JMIA recently reported weak results in its third-quarter financials. The African e-commerce and digital-payments company is up over 48% this week.

4. L Brands LB | Increased +17.67%

L Brands LB is surging after smashing its quarterly earnings. The Victoria Secret and Bath & Body Works owner was led by a 55% jump in sales of personal hygiene products.

5. Nuance Communications NUAN | Increased +17.00%

Nuance Communications NUAN reported its quarterly results and beat earnings on Wednesday.

6. Joyy Inc YY | Increased +16.90%

Shares of video giant Joyy  (YY) - Get Report fell on Wednesday after Muddy Waters Research labeled it a "fraud tech company". Shares are bouncing back Thursday after the allegations of bot forming that created fake users and fake transactions, according to Bloomberg.

7. XPeng XPEV | Increased +14.06%

Nio and Tesla stocks rising this week have helped this Chinese EV company XPeng rise in trading on Thursday.

8. GoodRx Holdings GDRX | Increased +12.56%

GoodRx received downgrades from JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley after Amazon Pharmacy announced its plan to enter the space. GoodRx  (GDRX) - Get Report CEO Doug Hirsch shot back that Amazon Pharmacy will be complementary, not a competitor.

9. Roku ROKU | Increased +10.21%

Jim Cramer told investors last week to buy Roku because it's a winner. HBO Max was added to the Amazon Fire TV on Wednesday, with IndieWire speculating if Roku ROKU could be next.

10. Futu Holdings FUTU | Increased +8.16%

Futu Holdings is rising after reporting third-quarter results with stronger-than-expected earnings. The Chinese FinTech company is up over 300% in 2020.

11. Nio Inc NIO | Increased +7.52%

Nio Inc.  (NIO) - Get Report reported better than expected third-quarter results this week. Nio's quarterly report has drawn praise from several analysts after the results were released.

12. Zillow ZG | Increased +7.09%

Zillow  (ZG) - Get Report posted an earnings beat in early Nov. The online house-hunting company pointed to a combination of record-low mortgage rates and the pandemic-driven move to working from home.

13. Virgin Galactic Holdings SPCE | Increased +6.46%

Virgin Galactic  (SPCE) - Get Report shares fell on Monday after a space flight was delayed by new guidelines in New Mexico for Covid-19. According to CNBC, options traders are betting big on Virgin Galactic.

14. Zebra Technologies ZBRA | Increased +6.16%

Zebra Technologies  (ZBRA) - Get Report was named one of the top workplaces in Long Island by Newsday. Shares continue to gain in Nov. as the printing technologies company is up over 20 percentage points this month.

15. Palantir PLTR | Increased +6.03%

Palantir  (PLTR) - Get Report shares have been rising this week after a report revealed that hedge funds have acquired a large number of shares in the data-mining company.

16. Twilio TWLO | Increased +5.99%

Twilio  (TWLO) - Get Report reported strong earnings at the end of October but offered weak guidance. Twilio received a price target increase from Oppenheimer Funds to $550 from $350 on Nov. 16.

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