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Find out which stocks stood out as Top Gainers in yesterday's trading session

16.08.2022

By Axiory Intelligence

Find out which stocks stood out as Top Gainers in yesterday's trading session

Tesla, Visa Inc., Walt Disney made yesterday's list of top gainers.

Markets closed higher yesterday, as Nasdaq gained 0.62% and closed at 13,128. Dow Jones closed the day at 33,900, having gained 0.45%.

Uptick coincides with some positive signs published earlier as United States Building Permits (Jul) beat the 1.65 million projections, with 1.67 million.

Here are the biggest stocks gainers from the session yesterday.

Walt Disney | +2.21%; now at $124.26

After hitting an important low of $91.84 approximately a month ago, the entertainment and content production company has bounced back 32.37% since. So far in 2022, it has been under-performing the Dow by 13.17%. The company's market cap is $226.53 billion with an average daily volume of 13.54 million shares.

Walt Disney released its quarterly earnings report Wednesday, beating analysts estimates. The company reported earnings of 1.09 per share on revenue of $21.5 billion, topping estimates of 0.9762 per share on revenue of $20.99 billion. Since the release of its earnings report, Walt Disney gained 14.92%.

Tesla | +3.1%; now at $927.96

Having set a significant high of $1,230 2 months ago, Elon Musk's electric cars company is trading 43.29% lower. So far in 2022, it has been doing worse than the Nasdaq by 2.46%. The company has a market cap of $969.24 billion with an average daily trading volume of 29.92 million shares. Tesla last reported revenue of $16.93 billion with an EPS of $2.27.

Visa Inc. | +2.41%; now at $216.42

Having added to its $1.07 increase during 5 days of gains, Yesterday's session pointed in the same direction — the multinational financial services company went up to $216.42, gaining 2.41%. Yesterday's trading volume was 5.17 million shares which is slightly below the 21-day average of 6.56 million.

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