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Major stock indexes were mostly higher, pointing to markets stabilizing after Thursday’s selloff in the Nasdaq Composite, and to a positive finish to the week for the Dow and S&P 500.

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Trending stocks today are:

Tesla (TSLA): The electric-vehicle giant’s shares slipped less than 1% in morning trading after falling in the previous session. A 9.7% pullback Thursday had weighed on broad indexes.

Intuitive Surgical (ISRG): The company reported a slower-than-expected pace of installations of its main product during the quarter ending June. Shares fell nearly 2%.

CSX (CSX): Shares were recently down 5% after the railroad operator said late Thursday that both revenue and earnings per share declined.

Sirius XM (SIRI): The satellite-radio giant’s stock dropped 14%, partially reversing a 42% run-up in the previous session.

Chase (CCF): The specialty-chemicals maker said it agreed to be acquired by the private-equity giant KKR. The Wall Street Journal had earlier reported the two were nearing a deal that would value Chase at about $1.3 billion including debt.

Nikola (NKLA): The electric-truck maker’s stock edged up 1.2%. The company said earlier this week it found a buyer for its hydrogen-energy site in Phoenix.

American Express (AXP): The credit-card company reported higher earnings per share rose that were slightly ahead of Wall Street forecasts. Revenue also rose but missed analysts’ expectations. The stock was down 4.4%.

Digital World Acquisition Corp. (DWAC): The SPAC resolved a regulatory investigation that was dragging on its ability to merge with Donald Trump’s media company. Shares surged 67%.


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