Cartons of Oatly branded oat milk are arranged for a photo on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 in the Brooklyn neighborhood of New York, United States.

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Check out the companies that are making the headlines in midday trading.

Lordstown Motors – The electric truck maker’s shares fell more than 15% at noon after the announcement of the resignation of CEO Steve Burns and CFO Julio Rodriguez. The moves came just days after Lordstown said it had serious doubts about its going concern due to challenges in funding production of its vehicles.

Oatly – The oat milk company’s shares fell about 4.8% after a number of Wall Street companies began reporting on the stock. JPMorgan gave the company a neutral rating and said competition will increase in this area. Morgan Stanley rated the company as equally weighted, with Oppenheimer initiating reporting with a perform rating. Other firms are bullish, however, with Jefferies, Credit Suisse and Piper Sandler rating the stock with a buy-equivalent rating. Oatly’s shares are still up more than 15% for the month.

Square – The payment company’s shares rose over 4% after Deutsche Bank repeated its buy rating on the stock. “SQ has evolved into a two-way financial ecosystem that continues to grow the entire addressable market and exceed expectations, and we see continued momentum on the horizon,” Deutsche Bank told its clients.

Philips – Philips shares fell more than 4% after the Dutch medical device company issued a recall on ventilators and sleep apnea machines. The company determined that some type of foam used in the devices could decompose and be toxic to users.

Chipotle Mexican Grill – The Mexican restaurant chain’s shares rose over 2% after Raymond James upgraded the stock from “outperform” to “strong buy”. The Wall Street firm said the company had room to hike prices and the move would improve its financial results. Chipotle said last week that it raised menu prices 4% to cover rising wages.

Ferrari – The luxury automaker’s shares fell nearly 3% after Goldman Sachs double downgraded the stock to sell from buy. The company said Ferrari’s move to electric vehicles could hurt cash flow in the short term.

Royal Dutch Shell – Energy stock traded about 2% higher as Royal Dutch Shell reportedly considered selling shale plants in Texas. The holdings could be valued at more than $ 10 billion. The deal isn’t imminent, but the company is in ongoing discussions with buyers.

Reddit Favorites – The movement of stocks popular on Reddit’s WallStreetBets forum continued on Monday after weeks of volatile trading. AMC Entertainment was up 19% and ContextLogic was up nearly 14%. Clean Energy Fuels rose about 12% while BlackBerry and Wendy’s rose more than 1%. Meanwhile, Bed Bath & Beyond fell over 3%, GameStop fell more than 2%, and Clover Health fell more than 5%.

– CNBC’s Jesse Pound, Maggie Fitzgerald, Pippa Stevens, Yun Li and Tanaya Macheel contributed to the coverage

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