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%
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%
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.
3. Ping Identity | Increase 7.3%
Shares of Ping Identity (PING) - Get Ping Identity Holding Corp. 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 Booking Holdings Inc. 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%
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.