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Winners and losers
Stocks in the red include Carnival, as analysts at Morgan Stanley note concern about a fourth-quarter slowdown in the cruising industry with hurricane season threats and higher fuel costs; First Solar as BofA Merrill downgrades the solar stock to neutral and lowered the price target from $83 to $63; and Vertex Pharmaceuticals as the FDA placed a clinical hold on a new drug application for a gene-editing therapy in treating sickle cell.
Stocks in the green include Twitter, with news that it will replace Monsanto in the S&P 500; Discovery as MKM Partners upgrading the basic cable and satellite television network from Buy, citing attractive valuation and potential for growth; and Mylan, with shares higher as the FDA approved Fulphilia, a new treatment that reduces risk of infection following chemotherapy.