Stocks to Watch: Amazon, Chipotle, Snap, Texas Instruments, Visa

Chipotle Mexican Grill beat expectations on earnings for its second quarter.


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Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Wednesday’s session.

AMZN 0.45%

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.

Texas Instruments

TXN 1.60%

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.


NFLX -1.07%

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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