Stocks are a little weak here as the Dow struggles to maintain gains, this as US-China trade concerns abate. Plus, media wars pit one-time allies against each other as CBS sues the Redstone family. And, a massive sports gambling ruling by the Supreme Court has gaming stocks soaring. We have the winners and losers. Plus, forget Alexa, hello Melania? We’ll explain that and more … Catch The Final Round at 3:55 ET p.m. with Jen Rogers, Yahoo Finance markets correspondent Myles Udland and Yahoo Finance Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer.
Winners and losers
Stocks in the red include Tesla as key exec Matt Schwall is the latest to leave the carmaker, jumping to Waymo; Xerox, as the iconic US printer and copier company announced that it’s killing its multibillion-dollar deal to be taken over by Japan’s Fujifilm, appeasing activist Carl Icahn; and Brinker International, as the parent company of Chili’s said credit and debit card information from customers was stolen after a hacking incident.
Stocks in the green include Sears, as the department store chain announced that it’s exploring the sale of some of its assets; Acacia Communications as Trump softens his stance on China’s ZTE, which does business with the optical equipment maker; and NXP Semiconductors, with shares rising on reports that China has restarted a review of Qualcomm’s $44 billion bid for the chipmaker.