Darling Ingredients, Align Technology: 5 Top Stock Gainers for Thursday

Darling Ingredients, Align Technology, Rogers Communications, Snap-On and Webster Financial are five of the top stock gainers.
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Stocks were lower Thursday as investors saw a relief package again delayed, while coronavirus cases continued to rise.

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

1. Darling Ingredients | Percentage Increase 7%

Darling Ingredients  (DAR) - Get Report surged after Roth Capital analyst Craig Irwin more than doubled the firm's price target on the packaged foods company to $84 from $38 while keeping a buy rating on the shares. The analyst believes that by 2025 the company could have Ebitda of more than $1.8 billion with no debt.

2. Align Technology | Percentage Increase 34%

Align Technology  (ALGN) - Get Report climbed after the maker of Invisalign teeth straighteners beat Wall Street's third-quarter-earnings expectations. Several analysts raised their firm's share-price targets. Evercore ISI analyst Elizabeth Anderson wrote that Align "knocked it out of the ballpark” in the quarter.

3. Rogers Communications | Percentage Increase 10%

Rogers Communications  (RCI) - Get Report rose after the Toronto media company beat Wall Street's third-quarter-earnings expectations. The company that after it saw the most significant impact of the coronavirus pandemic in the second quarter, its results have recovered materially, although they are still down from a year earlier.

4. Snap-On | Percentage Increase 8%

Shares of Snap-On  (SNA) - Get Report advanced after the tools and accessories company beat Wall Street's third-quarter-earnings expectations. The company reported sequential improvements in each of its operations, as well as overall year-over-year progress. Sales totaled $941.6 million, up 4.4% from a year earlier.

5. Webster Financial | Percentage Increase 12%

Webster Financial  (WBS) - Get Report rose after the financial-services company beat Wall Street's third-quarter forecasts. The company reported earnings of 75 cents a share, down from $1.01 a year earlier but beating the Zacks consensus estimate of 69 cents. Revenue totaled $294.3 million, compared with $310.5 million.