SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — These are the stocks making notable moves in the market on Friday:
Twitter Inc. TWTR, +15.55% late Thursday reported quarterly profit and revenue that topped forecasts, along with a 20% rise in average monthly users. The social-media company scored price-target increases from Wedbush and Cantor Fitzgerald.
LinkedIn Corp. LNKD, +14.07% reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings, along with strong revenue gains. A range of analysts hiked their price targets for the career-focused social network.
Moody’s Corp. MCO, +5.18% early Friday posted fourth-quarter profit and revenue that exceeded Wall Street’s estimates.
Charles Schwab Corp. SCHW, +5.48% shares gained for a second session in a row, poised for a weekly gain of 12%. The online brokerage last month reported growth in both quarterly earnings and revenue.
GoPro Inc. GPRO, -11.04% fell after the maker of wearable cameras forecast first-quarter earnings of 15 cents to 17 cents a share on revenue of $ 330 million to $ 340 million. Analysts were looking for 17 cents a share on revenue of $ 325.2 million. GoPro also said in a regulatory filing that Chief Operating Officer Nina Richardson was resigning effective Feb. 27. GoPro’s fourth-quarter results topped analyst expectations.
Yelp Inc. YELP, -20.62% Thursday posted adjusted quarterly profit that matched expectations. A number of analysts cut their price targets or ratings for the company. Northland Capital analysts cited a “combination of continued-decelerating unique-user growth and somewhat-unexpected increased marketing spend for brand awareness.”
Tickers to Watch
EBay Inc. EBAY, +0.82% on Friday revised its 2014 results to a profit of $ 46 million, or 4 cents a share, from a previously announced loss of $ 41 million, or three cents a share. It cited a lower income tax expense for the revision.