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) was the worst-performing member of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, sliding about 2% after its quarterly adjusted earnings per share matched estimates but its revenue fell a bit short of expectations.
Fellow Dow member Johnson & Johnson
) reported results that beat on the top and bottom lines and raised its full-year earnings outlook, but its shares were little changed near noon.
) reported headline earnings and revenue that beat expectations but its shares slipped almost 2% in midday trading.
Among the notable gainers was SHFL Entertainment
), which rose over 21% to trade near $22.73 after agreeing to be to acquired by Bally Technologies
) for $23.25 per share. Bally shares also advanced 7% following the deal announcement, while their peer in the gaming solutions industry, International Game Technology
), rose nearly 1%.
Among the noteworthy losers was Joe's Jeans
), which plunged nearly 22% after its second-quarter results missed expectations, the company announced plans to buy Hudson Clothing for $97.6M, and its stock was downgraded at multiple research firms.
Also lower were shares of auction marketplace Liquidity Services
), which fell 10% after the company lowered its view for third quarter adjusted earnings per share and gross merchandise volume.