Game over: GameStop’s stock dropped 6 percent to $22.22 Friday after the company said sales of new software and wireless devices were weaker than investors expected in the first quarter, a period when overall results were stronger than expected.
Good numbers: Tax preparation company Intuit jumped 7.7 percent to $139.17 Wednesday after beating analysts’ forecasts for earnings and raised its full-year profit estimate as its discount program for freelance workers showed signs of paying off. Shares closed the week at $138.56.
Upbeat outlook: Agilent Technologies saw shares rise 4.6 percent to $58.66 Tuesday after the scientific instrument maker raised its annual profit forecast following a better-than-expected second-quarter profit and sales report. The shares closed the week at $59.51.
Falling short: Jewelry seller Tiffany slumped 8 percent to $85.65 Wednesday after its quarterly results fell short of forecasts due in part to a decline in spending by tourists in its Americas region. Shares closed Friday at $86.18.
Sluggish: Auto parts retailer AutoZone dropped 12 percent to $581.40 Tuesday after its quarterly results showed a decline in domestic same-store sales. The stock rebounded a bit to close Friday at $615.62.
Big hit: Video game publisher Take-Two Interactive Software jumped 5.5 percent to $72.83 Tuesday after its fourth-quarter profit and sales surpassed analysts’ expectations. The company’s games include “Grand Theft Auto” “NBA2K” and “Sid Meier’s Civilization.” Shares closed Friday at $77.07.