Take a look at some of Thursday's morning movers:
ConAgra - The food producer earned $0.51 per share for its fourth quarter, excluding certain items, one cent above estimates, with revenues also beating consensus. The company says it was able to post a year-over-year profit increase despite what it calls a challenging business environment.
VF Corp. - The clothing maker's stock has been added to "Top Picks Live" at Citigroup. Citi says European market weakness is already priced into the stock and that VF is attractively positioned and valued.
Celgene - The drugmaker is withdrawing its application for new uses for its Revlimid drug, but plans to resubmit its application with more "mature data." The application involved the use of Revlimid to treat multiple myeloma patients.
CarMax - The auto retailer reported quarterly profit of $0.52 per share, one cent below estimates. Same-store sales were flat versus a year earlier, though the company does say it was able to increase profit margins.
TJX Cos. - The retailer's stock has been upgraded to "outperform" from "market perform" at Wells Fargo, which is also raising earnings estimates for the T.J. Maxx parent. The firm notes that TJX has been seeing comparable store sales rise to the high single-digit range, gaining share from the troubles at J.C. Penney .Page 1 of 4 | Next Page