Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Wednesday’s session.
—The Justice Department is opening a broad antitrust review into whether large technology firms are unlawfully stifling competition, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Chipotle—The fast-casual burrito chain beat second-quarter earnings expectations, continuing its rebound from E. coli outbreaks and other food-safety scares from recent years. Shares are up 71% this year.
Snap—Snapchat’s parent company posted record user growth and beat sales expectations in the second quarter.
—The chip maker reported better-than-expected earnings and a smaller decline in sales than Wall Street anticipated.
Visa—The credit-card provider slightly lowered its target for client incentives—long-term contracts with partners to expand its network—though it beat projections in last quarter and lifted profits 33% from a year earlier.
Discover—The financial-services company topped quarterly revenue targets.
—Shares of the streaming giant dropped for the ninth consecutive session Tuesday, its longest streak since March 2014, according to Dow Jones Market Data.
Chubb—The Zurich-based insurance company reported lower profit in the second quarter from a year earlier, though results were largely in line with analyst targets.
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