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Movers & Shakers: Tupperware shares continue rally and Fastenal rises on earnings beat as Ford’s stock falls after walkout

Here are some of the biggest movers of the day:

Stock gainers:

Shares of Tupperware Brands Corp. TUP, +9.66% continued their rally, rising more than 11% as the company’s share price surged amid a bout of interest from so-called meme-stock investors.

Fastenal Co.’s stock FAST, +6.92% rose more than 7% after the construction hardware and equipment company delivered better-than-expected third-quarter earnings.

Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc. ‘s shares WBA, +5.73% rose more than 6% after the company indicated that its relatively high dividend remained safe, despite a fiscal fourth-quarter profit miss and downbeat outlook.

Shares of Victoria’s Secret & Co. VSCO, +1.00% rose 0.7% after the maker of bras, lingerie and sleepwear said it could lose less than previously thought during the third quarter.

Stock decliners:

Hormel Foods Corp.’s stock HRL, -10.64% fell more than 10% after workers ratified a new contract. The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union said members who work for Hormel in Minnesota, Georgia, Wisconsin and Iowa have voted to ratify a new contract containing a wage increase of $3 to $6 an hour, the largest increase in the company’s history. 

Plug Power’s stock PLUG, -1.92% fell 0.6% after the clean-energy company said it now expects to generate $7 billion in revenues by 2027 due to an uptick in sales from its hydrogen business.

Shares of carmaker Ford Motor Co. F, -2.16% fell 1.9% after the United Auto Workers union said 8,700 workers had walked out of a truck factory in Louisville, Ky.

Shares of cancer-immunotherapy company Tempest Therapeutics Inc. TPST, -57.63% dipped 57% after surging almost 4,000% on Wednesday following the publication of positive results for the company’s TPST-1120 drug in patients with liver cancer.

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