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5 Top Stock Gainers Thursday: Funko, United Therapeutics, Wayfair

Funko, United Therapeutics, Wingstop, Wayfair and Guess are five top stock gainers for Thursday.

Stocks climbed on Thursday following the announcement of President Joe Biden's $2.25 trillion infrastructure spending plan.

Here are some of the top gainers Thursday:

1. Funko | Increase 6.5%

Funko  (FNKO) - Get Funko Inc. Report jumped after the pop-culture consumer-products company entered the nonfungible-token market by acquiring a majority stake in TokenWave, which develops TokenHead, a mobile app and website that showcases and tracks popular NFTs. The stock on Thursday touched a 52-week high $25.07, up 27%

2. United Therapeutics | Increase 18%

Shares of United Therapeutics  (UTHR) - Get United Therapeutics Corporation Report spiked Thursday after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration cleared its inhaled treatment drug Tyvaso for patients with pulmonary hypertension associated with interstitial lung disease.

3. Wingstop | Increase 6.8%

Wingstop  (WING) - Get Wingstop Inc. Report shares took off after analysts reacted favorably to the chicken-wing-chain operator's preliminary first-quarter results. 

Systemwide sales increased 30% to $558.9 million, while digital sales increased 63%, compared with 43% a year earlier. Domestic same-store sales increased 20.7%

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4. Wayfair | Increase 7.4%

Wayfair  (W) - Get Wayfair Inc. Class A Report climbed after analysts raised their price targets on shares of the online home-furnishings company. 

DA Davidson analyst Tom Forte raised his price target to $450 from $326 with a buy rating, while Wedbush analyst Seth Basham raised his price target to $345 from $330, while keeping an outperform rating.

5. Guess | Increase 4.5%

Shares of Guess  (GES) - Get Guess? Inc. Report advanced after the apparel retailer beat Wall Street's fourth-quarter-earnings expectations. 

The company reported adjusted earnings of $77.7 million, or $1.18 a share.  Guess affirmed its plan to deliver 10% operating margin by fiscal 2025.

The stock on Thursday traded up as much as 13% at $26.51.