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Winners and losers
Stocks in the red today include Chicago Bridge & Iron as it will be bought in an all stock deal by rival oil services rival McDermott; City Office as the REIT announced a secondary offering of 4 million shares, and Cree — shares of the LED light maker swooning as Northland Capital Markets downgraded the stock to underperform, and JPMorgan added it to the Analyst Focus List as a “short idea.”
Stocks in the green today include Cars.com on reports activist Starboard Value acquired a nearly 10% stake in the company, Darden Restaurants as the Olive Garden parent beat on earnings and lifted its full-year 2018 forecast, and Roku — shares of the streaming device-maker popping after an SEC filing revealed Morgan Stanley has a passive 5.1% stake in Roku.