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Winners and losers
Stocks in the red today include LendingClub as current quarter revenue guidance missed the mark; Fossil as the accessories maker forecast a wider than expected loss for the full year, and Snap, with shares getting crunched as it missed on revenue and daily active users. Separately China’s Tencent acquired a 10% stake in the company.
Stocks in the green today include Take-Two as the video game maker issued a stronger-than-expected holiday sales forecast; MGM Resorts as the casino operator said a short-lived wave of cancellations has ended following the deadly mass shooting in October, and bookings are almost back to normal; and Match Group, with the parent of match.com and Tinder climbing higher as it saw revenue beat estimates with a 19% rise year over rise.