Vivint Solar Inc. NYSE:VSLR, bluebird bio Inc. NASDAQ:BLUE and Receptos Inc. NASDAQ:RCPT are well in the green for the day less than two hours away from market close. Momo Inc. NASDAQ:MOMO, Eclipse Resources Corp. NYSE:ECR and Voltari Corp. NASDAQ:VLTC are in the red. Sign up for our free newsletter Vivint Solar Surges Vivint Solar surged +24.27% today thanks to an above-expectations earnings report. During the fourth quarter of the year, the company brought in $6.9 million in revenue, well above the anticipated $6.01 million. Billionaire Leon Cooperman has a small stake in the firm. The share price of bluebird bio Inc. rallied +10.56% today and is up more than +300% over the past year. The stock is now trading less than a dollar away from its 52-week high of $111.24. Cooperman has a position in this one as well. Receptos Inc. climbed +10.36% and is up nearly +15% YTD. Farallon Capital has a small stake in the company. Momo Tumbles on Earnings Report Momo Inc. tumbled -12.83% after releasing its quarterly earnings report. Chase Coleman's Tiger Global holds 1.75 million shares of the social networking platform. Eclipse Resources Corporation fell -11.68% after reporting a $33 million loss for the fourth quarter. The Pennsylvania-based company said it had a loss of $21 per share. ECR is a Leon Cooperman holding. Voltari Corp. dipped -10.3%, though it's still up more than +35% for the year. The company has weighed Carl Icahn's portfolio down in recent quarters. Vivint Solar Gets Earnings Boost appeared first on ValueWalk. Like this article? Sign up for our free newsletter to get articles delivered to your inbox -By iBillionaire
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