Investing.com -- Stocks are rising after higher-than-expected jobless claims ease concerns about another interest rate increase next week. Here are the market movers for June 8.
- GameStop Corp (NYSE: GME ) shares are down 17% a day after the video game retailer said it had dismissed its CEO and named shareholder Ryan Cohen as executive chairman. Sales in the recent quarter fell 11%.
- Rent the Runway Inc (NASDAQ: RENT ) shares fell 15% after the clothing rental company gave a fiscal second-quarter sales outlook that was lower than expected but a full-year outlook that was roughly in line with expectations.
- Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ: ADBE ) shares rose 4.9% after it said it was making its Firefly artificial intelligence tools available for big businesses.
- Carvana Co (NYSE: CVNA ) shares jumped 43% after the online used car seller said it expects profit to improve. It forecast second-quarter earnings before taxes, interest, depreciation and amortization of more than $50 million.
- Semtech Corporation (NASDAQ: SMTC ) shares rose 7% after the semiconductor supplier reported a surprise adjusted profit, with a new CEO starting in a few weeks.
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