Folks stroll by a Greenback Tree retailer on December 11, 2018 within the Brooklyn borough of New York Metropolis.Spencer Platt | Getty Pictures Information | Getty ImagesHere are the businesses making headlines in noon buying and selling:HP Inc. — Shares of the tech firm plunged greater than 11% after it reported lower-than-expected income for the fiscal second quarter. HP generated $12.47 billion in gross sales for the quarter, whereas analysts have been anticipating $12.93 billion, based on Refinitiv. JPMorgan additionally downgraded the stock to impartial from obese.Greenback Tree — Shares of the low cost retailer surged 11% following its sturdy earnings due to a change on client conduct spurred by the Covid-19 pandemic. Greenback Tree reported earnings per share of $1.04 on income of $6.29 billion. Analysts polled by FactSet have been anticipating earnings of 85 cents per share on income of $6.14 billion. Similar-store gross sales soared 7%, in comparison with the estimate of 4.4%. Household Greenback same-store gross sales jumped 15.5%, in comparison with the 8.1% forecast.Abercrombie & Fitch — Shares of the clothes retailer dropped greater than 5% on the again of disappointing quarterly outcomes. Abercrombie reported a lack of $3.29 per share on income of $485 million. Analysts polled by Refinitiv anticipated a lack of $1.39 per share on gross sales of $497 million. Gross sales within the Asia-Pacific area dropped by greater than 50% on a year-over-year foundation, whereas U.S. gross sales fell over 30%. The corporate’s Hollister model additionally registered revenues that have been down 36% from the year-earlier interval.American, United, Delta — Airline shares fell on Thursday after Delta and American despatched letters to staff saying job reductions. Shares of these corporations dropped 1.9% and 4.9%, respectively, whereas United slid 4%.Twitter – Shares of Twitter shed 2.5% because the White Home makes an attempt to crack down on social media platforms for alleged bias of their content material moderation methods. President Donald Trump is anticipated to signal an government order Thursday to push the Federal Communications Fee to tighten its oversight of on-line publishers. The transfer got here after Twitter started fact-checking a few of his tweets.Six Flags – Shares of Six Flags tanked 8% after Goldman Sachs initiated its protection on the amusement park with a promote score. The bank mentioned social-distancing measures would weigh on the amusement park’s fundamentals for the foreseeable future. Six Flags introduced its plans for reopening earlier this week, with its Frontier Metropolis park in Oklahoma Metropolis slated to open with restricted capability on June 5.Workday – Shares of the software program firm jumped greater than 8% after income within the first quarter topped analyst expectations. The corporate’s adjusted quarterly earnings of 44 cents per share was, nonetheless, wanting consensus estimates. Workday additionally lowered its full-year 2021 income subscriptions income steering because of the ongoing impression of Covid-19.Toll Brothers — The homebuilding stock rose greater than 4% after the corporate beat Wall Avenue expectations for the fiscal second quarter. Toll Brothers reported earnings of 59 cents per share and $1.55 billion in income. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv anticipated earnings of 45 cents per share and $1.50 billion in income. Boeing — Shares of the aerospace firm rose 2.8% because it resumed manufacturing of the 737 Max jet. The aircraft, which was concerned in two deadly aircraft crashes, has been grounded for greater than a 12 months as Boeing works to get approval from regulators. Burlington — Shares of the low cost retail jumped greater than 3% regardless of reporting dismal headline earnings outcomes. Burlington reported a lack of $4.76 per share, whereas analysts have been anticipating a lack of $1.55 per share, based on FactSet. Nonetheless, some analysts on Wall Avenue seemed previous the unhealthy numbers. Nomura, which has a purchase score on the stock, mentioned the quarter confirmed long-term enterprise model is undamaged and famous that same-stores gross sales are up in reopened shops. MKM Companions echoed Nomura’s bullish outlook.— CNBC’s Fred Imbert, Pippa Stevens, Maggie Fitzgerald and Yun Li contributed to this story.