Here are some of the Tuesday’s bigger, more-active movers:
Shares of Planet Fitness Inc. PLNT ran up 13% toward their best day in three years after the operator of fitness centers beat third-quarter earnings expectations, but said it was considering raising prices on classic memberships for the first time in 30 years.
D.R. Horton Inc.’s stock DHI got a 3% boost after the homebuilder’s fiscal fourth-quarter results fellas it dealt with continued higher mortgage rates and inflationary pressures, but beat Wall Street forecasts.
Datadog Inc. shares DOG powered up 29%, which put them on track for a record one-day gain, after the analytics software company beat third-quarter profit and revenue expectations and provided an upbeat fourth-quarter outlook.
Shares of Tripadvisor Inc. TRIP jumped 8% after the online travel platform blew past Wall Street expectations for its quarterly profit and sales, with revenue jumping 16%.
TransMedics Group Inc. shares TMDX rocketed 53% after the company beat third-quarter revenue expectations and raised its full-year outlook, reflecting growing demand for its organ-transplant services.
Vivid Seats Inc.‘s stock SEAT leapt 7% after the marketplace that links buyers with ticket sellers for thousands of events each year posted revenue that beat expectations and announced a deal to acquire smaller rival Vegas.com in a cash-and-stock deal valued at $240 million.
RingCentral stock RNG rose 4% as the cloud communication company raised its sales guidance.
Air Products & Chemicals Inc.’s stock APD sank 11% toward a one-year low, enough to pace the S&P 500 index’s decliners, after the industrial gases company beat third-quarter profit expectations but missed on revenue by a wide marginciting lower energy cost pass-through.
Ventyx Biosciences Inc.’s stock VTYX plummeted a record 80% toward a record low, after the biopharmaceutical company said it has decided not to support further development of its plaque psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis treatments after disappointing trial results.