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AdaptHealth, BlackBerry: 5 Top Stock Gainers for Tuesday

AdaptHealth, Arlo Technologies, BlackBerry, Corporación América Airports and Whole Earth Brands are five top stock gainers for Tuesday.

Stocks finished higher Tuesday, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hitting both record closing and intraday highs.

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

1. AdaptHealth | Percentage Increase 19%

AdaptHealth  (AHCO) - Get AdaptHealth Corp. Report climbed after the home healthcare equipment company said it had agreed to acquire AeroCare Holdings in a transaction valued at about $2 billion. AdaptHealth will pay $1.1 billion in cash and 31 million common shares for AeroCare.

2. Arlo Technologies | Percentage Increase 31%

Arlo Technologies  (ARLO) - Get Arlo Technologies, Inc. Report advanced after a page on the Apple  (AAPL) - Get Apple Inc. Report store indicated Arlo's Ultra 4K Wire-Free Security Camera System was "Only at Apple" and the Apple store page was being circulated among traders, contacts told The Fly. Raymond James noted that Apple isn't a new sales channel for Arlo.

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3. BlackBerry | Percentage Increase 19%

BlackBerry (BB) - Get BlackBerry Limited Report shares surged after the security and software services company signed a multiyear global agreement with Amazon's  (AMZN) - Get, Inc. Report cloud business to develop a software platform dedicated to automakers. Terms were not disclosed.

4. Corporación América Airports SA | Percentage Increase 43%

Corporación América Airports  (CAAP) - Get Corporacion America Airports S.A. Report rose after the Luxembourg-based airport concession operator announced a 10-year extension, from 2028 to 2038, of the Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 concession. Argentina represents a substantial portion of CAAP's overall portfolio, the Motley Fool reported, accounting for 35 of its 52 airports and 49.7% of total 2019 passengers.

5. Whole Earth Brands | Percentage Increase 9%

Whole Earth Brands FREE was advancing after Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Pablo Zuanic initiated coverage of the natural-food company with an overweight rating and $23 price target. Zuanic said the company should benefit from consumer trends toward natural alternatives, simpler labeling, and "free-from" solutions.