Today’s top U.S. stocks: Gold Fields Limited ADRs (GFI ↑8.9%), Eqt Corporation (EQT ↑5.8%)

Posted: 18 April 2022 6:30 pm

See the 10 biggest gainers on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq on Apr. 18, 2022

The best performing stocks on the NYSE and Nasdaq today were Gold Fields Limited ADRs (GFI, up 8.9%) and EQT Corporation (EQT, up 5.8%).
US equities ended the day lower after a long Easter weekend as investors look to a week of earnings results that may offer clues on the impact of hot inflation and the war in Ukraine on corporate profits. The S&P 500 lost 1 point, Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 40 points and the Nasdaq Composite declined 19 points.

Biggest changes in U.S. markets Monday, Apr. 18, 2022

Gold Fields Limited ADRs (GFI) was the top gainer today. The company’s American depositary receipts rose8.9% to $16.73. Gold miners benefitted from the rally in the precious metal. Investors are seeking safety in bullion amid increasing risks of a recession, Luzi Ann Javier, a markets editor at Finder, said.
In second spot for market gains was EQT, the NYSE company.
It rose 5.8% to reach $44.81. The natural gas producer rallied as prices of the fuel climbed amid a global supply crunch.

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These were the 10 biggest gainers today:

StockPrice% change
Gold Fields Limited ADRs (GFI)$16.738.9%
Eqt Corporation (EQT)$44.815.8%
Antero Resources Corporation (AR)$37.165.3%
Anglogold Ashanti Limited (AU)$24.804.7%
Synchrony Financial (SYF)$39.344.4%
Huaneng Power Intl (HNP)$18.274.3%
Cenovus Energy Inc (CVE)$18.224.3%
Valero Energy Corporation (VLO)$109.254.2%
Occidental Petroleum Corporation (OXY)$61.824.2%
Nutrien Ltd. Common Shares (NTR)$116.584.1%

Market movers Monday, Apr. 18, 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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