GameStop

NYSE: GME
$106.57
-$2.34 (-2.1%)
Closing price January 19, 2022
Trading action was somewhat muted in the first half of Wednesday's trading session, and meme stocks were no exception.
Meme stocks did not fare too well in Monday trading, with a significant exception.
U.S. markets took a beating Monday morning, but all three major indexes were clawing back some gains for morning lows.
GameStop shares soared after markets closed Thursday following a report that the company was going to get into the NFT marketplace as part of its long-awaited turnaround plan.
Meme stocks mostly traded lower Wednesday, along with most growth stocks on the Nasdaq and S&P 500 indexes. There was an interesting exception, however.
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Trading wa light again Thursday, but one meme stock was making some real noise.
As a group, meme stock losers far outnumbered winners on Wednesday. The big exception was a lingerie company that is about to complete a deal that will recreate the firm as an EV maker.
Trading was somewhat muted among meme stocks at midday on Tuesday, and share price changes are mostly small, especially among stocks posting gains.
Tuesday’s top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Bilibili, Carvana, Crocs, GameStop, Goldman Sachs, Nike, Sarepta Therapeutics, Vir Biotechnology and Weber.
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Monday afternoon's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Chesapeake Energy, GameStop and Victoria’s Secret.
Wednesday’s early top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Albertsons, AppLovin, Array Technologies, eBay, Freeport-McMoRan, GameStop, Melco Resorts, Navitas Semiconductor, Nike and Novartis.
Two venerable meme stocks took a beating on Monday and were off to a weak start Tuesday.
U.S. markets were trading lower in the noon hour Monday, and the meme stocks were not running counter to the broad market.