Alteryx, Group 1 Automotive: 5 Top Stock Gainers for Tuesday

Alteryx, Group 1 Automotive, Endo International, Chromadex and Kiniksa Pharmaceuticals are some of Tuesday's top stock gainers.
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Stocks finished sharply lower Tuesday after President Donald Trump told his team to halt negotiations with Democrats on a fiscal stimulus package.

Here are some of the top stock gainers for Tuesday

1. Alteryx | Percentage Increase 28%

Alteryx  (AYX) - Get Report shares jumped after the data-analytics-software company raised its sales outlook and named a new CEO. Mark Anderson, a current board member, is succeeding co-founder Dean Stoecker.

2. Group 1 Automotive | Percentage Increase 16%

Group 1 Automotive  (GPI) - Get Report climbed after the auto retailer offered positive guidance for the third quarter, announced a new $200 million share buyback program and said it would reinstate its quarterly cash dividend, which had been suspended during the pandemic. 

3. Endo International | Percentage Increase 14%

Endo International  (ENDP) - Get Report rose a day after Piper Sandler analyst David Amsellem reiterated an overweight rating on shares of the pharmaceutical company with a $5 price target. Seventy-three percent of dermatologists surveyed said they planned to offer Endo's Qwo to a majority of their patients with cellulite to the extent that it is priced reasonably relative to minimally invasive technologies.

4. ChromaDex | Percentage Increase 27%

ChromaDex  (CDXC) - Get Report advanced after the biotech said the results of a Phase 2 study found that patients with mild-to-moderate coronavirus experienced a 29% reduction in recovery time when receiving the standard of care in combination with a nutritional protocol including the company's nicotinamide riboside.

5. Kiniksa Pharmaceuticals | Percentage Increase 18%

Kiniksa Pharmaceuticals  (KNSA) - Get Report gained after the drugmaker announced positive data from a mid-stage study of its mavrilimumab in giant cell arteritis, an inflammatory disease affecting the large blood vessels of the scalp, neck and arms.