Today’s top U.S. stocks: HP (HPQ ↑16.4%), Cameco (CCJ ↑5.1%)

Posted: 7 April 2022 4:43 pm

See the 10 biggest gainers on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq on Apr. 07, 2022

The best performing companies today were Hp Inc. (HPQ, up 16.4%) and Cameco Corporation (CCJ, up 5.1%).
The market was positive for the day but not by much. The S&P 500, up 0.4%, posted the biggest gain of the major indexes.

Largest gains in U.S. markets Thursday, Apr. 07, 2022

HP Inc. (HPQ) was the standout gainer today.
Shares in the company rose 16.4% to $40.65.
“Warren Buffett revealed a big investment in HP, and where he goes other investors tend to follow,” said Finder Finance News Editor Ron Prichard.
Learn more about investing in HP Inc. in Finder’s full guide.
Another strong performer was Cameco Corporation (CCJ). The NYSE company, a major uranium producer, rose 5.1% to reach $29.67.
Uranium prices have been rising as the war in Ukraine limits supply, and several uranium stocks rose on the day. Read our guide to uranium stocks here.

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The top 10 biggest gainers today were:

StockPrice% change
HP Inc. (HPQ)$40.6516.4%
Cameco Corporation (CCJ)$29.675.1%
Icon Plc (ICLR)$255.124.7%
Charles River Laboratories International Inc. (CRL)$298.704.4%
Constellation Brands Inc. (STZ)$241.464.2%
Gfl Environmental Inc. Subordinate (GFL)$32.174.0%
Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc. (BIO)$597.983.7%
Perkinelmer Inc. (PKI)$171.673.3%
Bio-Techne Corp (TECH)$448.293.2%
Iqvia Holdings Inc. (IQV)$248.063.2%

Market movers Thursday, Apr. 07, 2022

Each weekday we round up the biggest gainers on the NYSE and Nasdaq, ranked by price percentage from market open to market close. To avoid higher price volatility we only include stocks with market caps of more than $10 billion. Price changes are calculated from the open to the close on the trading day, but these prices may be subject to minor variation depending on data availability.

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