Try the businesses making the most important strikes noon: Amazon — The e-commerce behemoth slipped 2.4% after CNBC’s David Faber reported founder and Government chair Jeff Bezos is predicted to be “aggressive” in promoting extra shares of Amazon. The overall sale may quantity to greater than $1 billion, sources instructed Faber. Burlington Shops — Shares popped 21.7% after the retailer raised the decrease finish of its full-year earnings steerage and stated it’s anticipating whole gross sales progress of 11% in 2024. That is larger than analysts anticipated. Burlington additionally stated November was off to a robust begin. Medtronic — The medical tools inventory jumped 3.8% after the corporate posted better-than-expected earnings. Adjusted earnings per share got here in at $1.25 on revenues of $7.98 billion, versus the $1.18 on revenues of $7.92 billion anticipated from analysts polled by LSEG. Kohl’s — Shares dropped greater than 9% after the retailer reported weaker-than-expected revenues for the third quarter. Similar-store gross sales have been down 5.5%, it reported, versus the StreetAccount estimate of three.8%. Kohl’s lowered the low finish of its full-year same-store gross sales outlook. American Eagle Outfitters — The attire retailer sank 16% after its working revenue steerage for the complete yr got here in weaker than anticipated. C3.ai — Shares of the factitious intelligence software program firm added 3.4% in noon buying and selling following an improve to outperform from Oppenheimer. Analyst Timothy Horan famous C3.ai stays “one of many few pure performs serving to prospects drive new income sources.” Baidu — U.S. shares of the Chinese language know-how large jumped 1.5% after income got here in barely larger than analysts forecasted. Baidu reported 34.45 billion yuan for the quarter, surpassing the consensus estimate of 34.33 billion yuan from analysts polled by LSEG. Lowe’s — Shares of the house enchancment retailer dipped 2.7% after Lowe’s reported softer-than-expected income for the third quarter . The corporate generated $20.47 billion in income for the three months ended Nov. 3. Analysts surveyed by LSEG have been searching for $20.89 billion. The corporate additionally lowered its full-year gross sales outlook, citing weaker demand from do-it-yourself prospects. Symbotic — The inventory surged 37% after Symbotic reported income and adjusted earnings earlier than curiosity, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) for the fiscal fourth quarter that topped expectations. VMWare — Shares shed 4.7% after Broadcom introduced it acquired all required regulatory approvals to amass VMWare and plans to shut the $69 billion acquisition on Wednesday. Shares of Broadcom have been down lower than 1%. Dick’s Sporting Items — The athletic items retailer noticed its shares rise 4.3% after posting robust quarterly earnings and income for its fiscal third quarter that beat analysts’ expectations. The corporate additionally hiked its full-year outlook after slashing it within the prior quarter over theft issues. Abercrombie & Fitch — The inventory slid 2.7% after the clothes retailer reported a giant earnings beat for its third quarter, however delivered fourth-quarter steerage that was in-line with consensus estimates. Abercrombie shares have already gained greater than 200% yr thus far. Agilent Applied sciences — The life sciences inventory gained 8.3%. Agilent Applied sciences on Monday reported fourth-quarter earnings and income that topped FactSet consensus estimates, although its fiscal first-quarter and full-year steerage fell wanting expectations. — CNBC’s Brian Evans, Alex Harring, Jesse Pound, Tanaya Macheel and Sarah Min contributed reporting.