4 Stocks Making Moves
The following video is from Wednesday's Investor Beat, in which host Chris Hill and analysts Jason Moser and Bryan Hinmon dissect the hardest-hitting investing stories of the day.
The U.S. government announced plans to sell roughly $1 billion worth of General Motors' stock. Apple shares fell after the U.S. International Trade Commission rules Apple violated one of Samsung's patents dealing with older iPhone and iPad models. Facebook shares continue to slide as teenagers are reportedly (and increasingly) less interested in the social network. And shares of Domino's Pizza hit an all-time high this week, perhaps because of the unmanned "DomiCopter" drone one U.K.-based franchise created to deliver pizzas. In this installment of Investor Beat, our analysts discuss four stocks making big moves.
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The relevant video segment can be found between 3:27 and 6:53.
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