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Stock indexes were up midday and on pace to extend Wall Street’s winning streak. Treasurys rallied, too, bringing down yields.

In global markets, UBS posted a larger-than-expected loss on costs related to taking over Credit Suisse. Saudi Aramco said profit dipped last quarter on lower oil prices.

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Uber, Carlyle Group and KKR were among the companies kicking off a busy day for U.S. results. EBay, Rivian Automotive and Robinhood Markets report after the market closes. Microsoft was on track for another record close.

Stocks Uber Technologies (UBER): The company reported its second-ever operating profit, saying both ride-hailing and food-delivery businesses grew in the third quarter. Shares fell about 2% in morning trading.

Today, trending stocks are:

UBS (UBS), (CH:UBSG): The Swiss bank posted a sizable net loss in its first full quarter combined with Credit Suisse, but said wealthy customers are flocking to it with new investments and deposits. UBS stock rose more than 3% in Zurich.

Datadog (DDOG): Stock in the cloud security company surged 25% in morning trading after Datadog reported better-than-expected results.

TripAdvisor (TRIP): The travel website operator reported higher-than-expected quarterly sales and earnings per share. TripAdvisor stock jumped 9%. Strong results also buoyed stock in Alteryx (AYX) and Vimeo (VMEO).

Carlyle Group (CG): Shares were roughly flat after Carlyle reported a sharp drop in quarterly revenue, reflecting the sluggish pace of dealmaking. Shares of private-equity rival KKR (KKR) edged higher after also reporting results.

Robinhood Markets (HOOD): The online brokerage is scheduled to post earnings after markets close, as are eBay (EBAY), Rivian Automotive (RIVN) and Lucid (LCID).


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