Merchants carrying masks arrive earlier than the opening bell on the New York Stock Alternate (NYSE) on May 26, 2020 at Wall Street in New York Metropolis.Johannes Eisele | AFP | Getty ImagesCheck out the businesses making headlines in noon buying and selling. McDonald’s — Shares of the restaurant chain slipped greater than 2% after the corporate reported a 30% decline in income in the course of the second quarter. International comparable restaurant gross sales slid 23.9%, which was wider than the 22.8% decline anticipated by analysts. U.S. comparable gross sales fell 8.7%, which was, nonetheless, forward of the anticipated 10.6% decline.Pfizer — Shares of the drug maker jumped 3.5% after reporting better-than-expected quarterly earnings. The corporate reported adjusted earnings of 78 cents per share, increased than the 66 cents per share projected by analysts surveyed by Refinitiv. Income fell 11% to $11.Eight billion from $13.26 billion throughout the identical quarter final 12 months, however Wall Street noticed it as excellent news because it was greater than the $11.5 billion analysts anticipated. Pfizer additionally raised its full-year outlook. 3M — Shares of 3M dropped 4.5% after the commercial conglomerate reported disappointing quarterly revenue and income. The corporate earned $1.78 per share within the final quarter, 2 cents a share beneath estimates, based on Refinitiv. Its web gross sales additionally fell to $7.2 billion from $8.2 billion a 12 months in the past because the pandemic dented demand throughout its enterprise items.Eastman Kodak — Shares of the images pioneer rallied greater than 250% and had been on tempo for his or her finest day ever after the U.S. authorities awarded the corporate a $765 million loan to fabricate generic drug components. The stock had exchanged fingers greater than 139 million instances by noon buying and selling, simply topping Kodak’s 30-day common quantity of 280,169. JetBlue — Shares of the airline ticked greater than 1% decrease following its disappointing quarterly outcomes. JetBlue reported a lack of $2.02 per share on income of $215 million. Analysts polled by Refinitiv anticipated a lack of $1.92 per share on income of $222 million. Altria Group — The tobacco stock gained 1.2% after Altria reported better-than-expected outcomes for the second quarter and raised its dividend. The corporate reported $1.09 in adjusted earnings per share on $5.06 billion of income. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv had forecast $1.06 in earnings per share and $5.04 billion of revenues. Tesla — Shares of the electrical automobile firm fell 1.6% after Bernstein’s Toni Sacconaghi downgraded the stock to underperform from market carry out. Sacconaghi mentioned in a be aware that the choice was a “valuation name,” with the stock buying and selling roughly 70% above Bernstein’s goal price of $900 per share.Harley-Davidson — Shares of Harley-Davidson tanked practically 8% after the motorbike maker posted an surprising quarterly loss. The corporate reported a lack of 60 cents per share, in comparison with expectations of a Four cents per share revenue, based on Refinitiv. Its income additionally got here in properly beneath analyst forecasts as its bikes and associated merchandise gross sales dived 53% 12 months over 12 months.Sherwin-Williams — Shares gained greater than 3% after the paint and coatings maker beat prime and backside line estimates within the second quarter. The corporate earned $7.10 per share on an adjusted foundation, in contrast with the $5.85 anticipated by analysts polled by Refinitiv. The corporate mentioned it noticed increased do-it-yourself paint gross sales within the U.S. and Canada as customers stayed residence amid the pandemic.— With reporting from CNBC’s Yun Li, Jesse Pound, Fred Imbert and Pippa Stevens.