Not so pretty: Ulta Beauty slid 13 percent to $254.47 Friday after the cosmetics retailer’s latest quarterly report card exceeded analysts’ expectations, but its earnings outlook disappointed traders.

 

Smoke this: Tobacco company Altria, which makes Marlboro cigarettes, fell 0.4 percent to $54.18 Friday after announcing a $2.4 billion investment in Cronos Group, a Canadian medical and recreational marijuana company.

 

Bruised by sell-off: Technology companies, banks and health care stocks took some of the heaviest losses in the latest wave of selling Thursday. Oracle slid 4.3 percent on the day, to $46.64, closing the week at $46. Citigroup, which fell 4.8 percent to $59.25 Thursday, wrapped up the week at $58.35. Centene closed Friday at $133.22, after sinking 7.3 percent to $131.80 Thursday.

Solid quarter: Broadcom climbed 0.6 percent to $228.56 Friday after the technology company reported fiscal fourth-quarter results that topped Wall Street’s forecasts.

 

Deal bounce: GlaxoSmithKline PLC slumped 7.8 percent to $38.61 Monday after the drugmaker agreed to acquire Tesaro, which makes the ovarian cancer treatment Zejula. The stock closed Friday at $37.30. Shares in Tesaro, which soared 58.5 percent to $73.50 on the news, closed the week at $73.95.

 

Good bet: Wynn Resorts gained 9.5 percent to $119.79 Monday after the gambling revenue in Macau rose last month at a higher rate than analysts expected. Shares closed the week at $104.99.