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5 Top Stock Gainers for Thursday: Datadog, Wynn, Booking

Datadog, Wynn Resorts, Ping Identity, Booking Holdings and Hubspot are five top stock gainers for Thursday.

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq closed at records Thursday as investors balanced corporate earnings against worries over the pace of the economic recovery amid the rapidly spreading delta variant of COVID-19.

Here are some of the top gainers for Thursday:

1. Datadog | Increase 15% 

Shares of Datadog  (DDOG) - Get Free Report climbed after the cloud monitoring company beat Wall Street's second-quarter earnings expectations. 

Revenue was $233.5 million, up 67% year over year. The company as of June 30 had 1,610 customers with annual recurring revenue of $100,000 or more, up 59% from a year earlier..

2. Wynn Resorts | Increase 8.3%

Wynn Resorts  (WYNN) - Get Free Report shares climbed after the gambling company beat Wall Street's second-quarter earnings expectations

Revenue totaled $990.1 million, up from $85.7 million a year earlier, as the company saw a strong return of guests at Las Vegas and Boston Harbor.

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3. Ping Identity | Increase 7.3%

Shares of Ping Identity  (PING) - Get Free Report moved up after the digital identification company said it saw substantial growth in annual recurring revenue, sparking praise from analysts. 

Annual recurring revenue at June 30 totaled $279.6 million, up 19% from a year earlier. Software as a service ARR now exceeds 20% of total ARR.

4. Booking Holdings | Increase 5.9%

Booking Holdings  (BKNG) - Get Free Report shares rose after the specialist in online travel and related services swung to a wider-than-expected second-quarter net loss but revenue tripled. 

Revenue reached $2.16 billion from $630 million and beat the FactSet consensus of $1.88 billion.

5. HubSpot | Increase 12%

HubSpot  (HUBS) - Get Free Report shares advanced after the customer relationship management platform beat Wall Street's second-quarter earnings expectations. 

Revenue totaled $310.8 million, up 53% from a year earlier. Total average subscription revenue per customer was $10,198, up 8% from a year ago.