Hertz, Ford, Keurig Dr Pepper, etc.

Check out the companies making the biggest moves at noon.

hertz — Shares of the rental rental company jumped 1.9% after the company announced partnership Use BP’s electric vehicle charging units, which place thousands of charging stations at Hertz locations. Many of the stations will be used to charge Hertz’s growing number of electric vehicles, while some will be made available for public use.

keurig doctor pepper — The beverage company fell about 3% after being downgraded from buy to neutral by Goldman Sachs. The firm sees increasing risks to Keurig’s margins as commodity inflation continues to rise.

Clarity — The electric car share rose 1.4% on Tuesday after Cantor Fitzgerald began overweighting Lucid’s rating. In a memo to clients, the investment firm said Lucid’s vehicles have a competitive advantage over their peers in terms of longer battery range and faster charging.

Tesla — Tesla’s stock price is Report from Electrek The electric car maker expects a “very high volume” of vehicle deliveries at the end of the quarter, Kathy Wood of Ark Invest also told CNBC on Tuesday. Stick with her bullish call for Tesla“We couldn’t be more confident as we see the move towards electric vehicles accelerating.”

ford motor — Ford shares fell about 2% after the automaker announced it. direct $700 million to new investments Create an additional 500 hours of manufacturing jobs in Kentucky. The investment will support the all-new F-Series Super Duty pickup truck, the company said in a news release.

Fleetcore Technologies — Shares of the global business payments company fell nearly 3% in intraday trading. on monday, Fleetcore Announces Chief Financial Officer I retired from the company I worked for 22 years.

Moderna — Moderna shares rose nearly 2% in intraday trading, a day after the Food and Drug Administration’s announcement. Approved 5 additional batches Of the drug company’s latest Covid booster shot, which took place at its Catalent facility in Indiana. Omicron shot for children from 6 to 17 years old.

Cruise Lines — Cruise Line stocks are S&P 500 Following news that Canada will lift Covid-19 travel restrictions from next month. Royal Caribbean When Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings They rose about 1.8% and 2.3% respectively. carnival Added more than 1%.

Energy Stocks — Oil Prices Rise from 9-month low On Tuesday, propel your energy name higher. valero energy, marathon oil When Phillips 66 Added more than 2%. exxon mobil When baker fuse increased by more than 1%.

— CNBC’s Sarah Min, Jessie Pound, and Alex Haring contributed to the report. Hertz, Ford, Keurig Dr Pepper, etc.

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