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Investors betting on a soft landing for the U.S. economy received another morsel of good news on Wednesday.

Fresh data showed that the U.S. economy grew at a 5.2% annual rate, the fastest quarterly growth rate since late 2021, when the country was following Covid-19 restrictions.

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GameStop (GME): The shares soared 25%. Bullish GameStop call options in particular are seeing renewed volume, according to Cboe Global Markets data, as traders look ahead to the videogame retailer’s quarterly results next week.

CrowdStrike (CRWD): The stock rose nearly 10% after the cybersecurity products and services provider swung to a profit amid a surge in revenue in the latest quarter.

General Motors (GM): Shares jumped more than 9% after the car maker outlined plans for an accelerated $10 billion share repurchase for next year, its largest buyback in recent memory.

Okta (OKTA): Stock in the cloud software company fell 3% after Okta reported strong results and gave new details on a recent security breach.

Leslie’s (LESL): Shares of the Phoenix-based pool-supplies seller tumbled 17% after Leslie’s reported another quarter of sliding sales. Shares are already down 52% this year.

Foot Locker (FL): The footwear retailer reported better-than-expected third-quarter results, said Black Friday was strong, and raised its full-year sales outlook. Foot Locker stock jumped 16%.

Workday (WDAY): Shares rose more than 12% after the cloud-enterprise company raised its outlook for the year and reported higher-than-expected revenue in the third quarter.

Salesforce (CRM) will report results after the close. Its shares added more than 2%.

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