By Sam Boughedda
Investing.com -- U.S. indices are down again Friday. Here are the midday movers on May 6th.
Under Armour (NYSE: UA ) (NYSE: UAA ) has plummeted Friday, trading 22% lower around midday after it reported earnings , missing loss per share and revenue estimates, while also posting weaker than expected guidance.
Bill Com Holdings (NYSE: BILL ) is 14% lower Friday lunchtime despite reporting stronger-than-expected Q3 results and guidance. Following the report, Goldman Sachs analyst Will Nance blamed the fall on revenue growth deceleration as the organic core revenue grew 74% YoY vs. 85% last quarter.
After initially rising, DraftKings (NASDAQ: DKNG ) is now down 3.5% following its quarterly earnings report. The sports betting company registered a loss for the quarter, missing expectations, but revenue topped forecasts. The company also increased full-year revenue guidance.
DoorDash (NYSE: DASH ) has regained its earlier losses, now trading 0.15% higher. The company reported a loss that missed expectations, although revenue exceeded estimates. DoorDash raised its full-year forecast for gross order value.
Zillow Group (NASDAQ: ZG ) tumbled in the early part of Friday's session but is now down just 3%. The company reported earnings , disappointing with its outlook, stating that "one thing that is clear about the 2022 housing market is that the path ahead is uncertain."
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