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Movers & Shakers: Shares of Amazon, Intel climb after earnings beats, as NatWest and Sanofi tumble on warnings, and other stocks on the move

Here are some of the day’s biggest movers:

Stock gainers:

Intel Corp. stock INTC, -0.94% jumped 8% after the chipmaker beat expectations for its third quarter and delivered an upbeat forecast for the current quarter.

Amazon.com Inc. AMZN, -1.50% shares rose 5% after the e-commerce giant delivered a massive earnings beat.

Stock of Decker Outdoors Corp. DECK, -1.59% rallied 10% after the maker of Ugg boots and Hoka sneakers reported fiscal second-quarter results that sailed past Wall Street expectations, saying demand for its products continued to be strong.

Shares of DexCom Inc. DXCM, -3.86% soared 14% after of maker of glucose monitoring systems reported quarterly profit that beat expectations by a wide margin, and boosted its revenue outlook.

Stock decliners:

Shares in NatWest Group Plc NWG, -0.78% fell 9% after the British bank cut its outlook and admitted “serious failings” in its dealings with Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage.

Sanofi shares SNY, +0.45% plunged 16% after the French pharmaceutical company issued a profit warning due to higher taxes and higher investments in research and development.

Shares of Ford Motor Co. F, -1.65% dropped 4% after the automaker withdrew guidance, citing the pending agreement with the United Auto Workers, and revealed a $1.3 billion loss for its EV unit.

Enphase Energy Inc.‘s ENPH, +1.94% stock tanked 17% after the maker of batteries and other solar-power components missed quarterly revenue expectations and provided a current-quarter outlook that was well below forecasts.

Charter Communications Inc.‘s stock CHTR, -2.84% fell nearly 6% in premarket trading after it said it added fewer internet subscribers than expected in the third quarter.

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