Mattel, Amazon, U.S. Silica, and Ford Motor: 4 Stocks Making Big Moves Today

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In this video from Monday's edition of Investor Beat, host Chris Hill and Motley Fool analysts Jason Moser and Taylor Muckerman look into the biggest stories for Foolish investors from the market today.

Mattel hit a new 52-week low today, as the company continues to reel from its disappointing results in the holiday quarter. fell yet again today, as analysts continue to make guesses at when the company will raise the cost of its Amazon Prime membership, and by how much. U.S. Silica Holdings was down again today, after preliminary results for the fourth quarter came in light. And shares of Ford fell after the company blamed bad weather for January sales that were softer than expected. In this segment, the guys discuss four stocks making moves on the market today.

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