Stocks ended flat Wednesday as the House of Representatives voted on the impeachment President Donald Trump and investors focused on President-elect Biden's promise of more stimulus spending.
Here are some of the top gainers for Wednesday:
1. GameStop | Percentage Increase 57%
The retailer had reached an agreement with RC Ventures to place three of the New York activist investor's nominees on the board.
2. Intel | Percentage Increase 7%
Gelsinger, 59, has been in the tech industry for more than 40 years and has served as CEO of VMware since 2012.
3. Telefonica | Percentage Increase 9%
Telefonica (TEF) - Get Report climbed after the Spanish company said it had agreed to sell its mobile phone masts in Europe and Latin America to Boston-based American Tower (AMT) - Get Report for 7.7 billion euros ($9.41 billion) in cash, Reuters reported.
American Tower will then lease the phone masts back to Telefonica.
4. B. Riley Financial | Percentage Increase 9%
B. Riley Financial (RILY) - Get Report shares advanced after the financial services company announced a public offering of 1.22 million common shares at $46 each for about $56.5 million in gross proceeds.
The offering is expected to close on Friday and the company said it expects to use the proceeds for general purposes.
5. Hexo | Percentage Increase 17%
Shares of Hexo (HEXO) - Get Report climbed after the Canadian cannabis company and Molson Coors (TAP.A) - Get Report unveiled the U.S. launch of Verywell, a line of non-alcoholic sparkling CBD beverages, available exclusively in Colorado, through their joint venture, Truss CBD USA.