Here's Why GameStop, Qualcomm And Bumble Are Moving

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The following are analyst rating updates for GameStop, Qualcomm and Bumble.

Ascendiant Capital analyst Edward Woo downgraded GameStop Corp. GME from Hold to Sell and lowered the price target from $12 to $10.

GameStop is a video game and consumer electronics retailer. The company operates across Europe, Canada, Australia and the United States.

Shares of GameStop were trading lower by around 1% at $157 in Monday’s pre-market session.

See Also: Is GameStop Making A Crypto, NFT Foray?

Evercore ISI Group analyst C.J. Muse downgraded QUALCOMM, Inc. QCOM from Outperform to In-Line and lowered the price target from $195 to $150.

Qualcomm develops products used in mobile devices and other wireless products, including network equipment, broadband gateway equipment and consumer electronic devices worldwide.

Shares of Qualcomm are trading lower by around 1% at $139.50.

BTIG analyst Jake Fuller initiated coverage of Bumble Inc BMBL with a Buy rating and $77 price target. 

Bumble provides online dating and social networking platforms in North America, Europe, internationally. It owns and operates websites and applications that offers subscription and credit-based dating products.

Shares of Bumble were trading higher by 2% at $61.50.

See also: How to Buy Bumble (BMBL) Stock

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