Prospects stroll with Foot Locker buying luggage on the Third Avenue Promenade in Santa Monica, California.Patrick T. Fallon | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesCheck out the businesses making headlines in noon buying and selling on Friday:Alibaba — Alibaba stock dropped about 4.5% amid escalating tensions between the U.S. and China. Earlier this week, the U.S. Senate handed a invoice by unanimous consent that would outcome within the delisting of Chinese language firms like Alibaba. Friday’s decline got here regardless of a stellar earnings report from the Chinese language e-commerce big. Alibaba beat estimates on each the highest and backside traces for its fiscal fourth quarter, and topped $1 trillion in gross merchandise quantity for the primary time on account of a surge in demand amid the coronavirus pandemic.Roku — Streaming platform Roku fell about 4.5% following a downgrade to equal weight from chubby at Stephens. The rationale for the maintain score centered round Roku’s partnership with Sensible TV firm TCL. Stephens stated though the partnership is sweet from a market perspective, there’s not a lot upside for Roku. “We do not suppose it could actually get a lot better from right here for Roku,” the analyst stated. Foot Locker — Shares of Foot Locker tumbled practically 12% after the athletic footwear and attire retailer posted disappointing quarterly outcomes. The corporate misplaced an adjusted 67 cents per share for its newest quarter, wider than the 25-cent loss that Wall Avenue was anticipating, in response to Refinitiv. Foot Locker additionally quickly suspended its quarterly dividend amid the downturn introduced on by the pandemic.Deere — The tools maker gained greater than 1% after the corporate beat top- and bottom-line expectations for the second quarter. Deere earned $2.11 per share, in contrast with estimates of $1.62, whereas income got here in at $8.22 billion, which was forward of estimates however decrease than in the identical quarter final yr. The corporate additionally stated that it expects international tools gross sales to drop between 30% and 40% this yr as a result of pandemic.Lululemon Athletica — Inventory of the athletic retailer jumped greater than 1% to a brand new all-time excessive after the corporate stated that it has reopened 150 shops throughout North America, Europe, Asia, New Zealand and Australia. The retailer stated it has plans to reopen a further 200 shops within the subsequent two weeks.Deckers Outside — The footwear stock jumped greater than 6% after reporting larger than anticipated income for its fiscal fourth quarter. The corporate reported $374.9 million of income for the quarter, whereas analysts anticipated $355.4, in response to Refinitiv. Web gross sales of the corporate’s Hoka One One and Teva manufacturers each elevated through the quarter.Hewlett Packard — Shares of the expertise firm dropped roughly 12% after reporting quarterly outcomes that missed expectations. The corporate reported adjusted earnings per share of 22 cents and $6.01 billion in income for its fiscal second quarter. Wall Avenue analysts have been searching for 29 cents of per-share earnings and $6.30 billion of income, in response to Refinitiv. The corporate’s CEO stated in a press release that the backlog of orders was twice as massive as regular as a result of pandemic.e.l.f. Magnificence — Shares of the cosmetics firm rallied greater than 16% on the again of better-than-expected outcomes for its fiscal fourth quarter. E.l.f. earned 6 cents per share on income of $74.7 million. Analysts polled by FactSet anticipated a revenue of 5 cents a share on gross sales of $67 million. “Given our fiscal 2020 outcomes and execution of our 5 strategic imperatives, we imagine we’re properly positioned relative to the class to navigate the challenges posed by COVID-19,” CEO Tarang Amin stated in a press release.— CNBC’s Fred Imbert, Pippa Stevens, Maggie Fitzgerald, Jesse Pound and Yun Li contributed reporting. Subscribe to CNBC PRO for unique insights and evaluation, and dwell enterprise day programming from all over the world.