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Here's a recap of the options alerts from Friday, May 26, 2017. All time stamps are in Eastern Time.

Credit Suisse issued comments Friday regarding Lululemon Athletica inc. (NASDAQ: LULU)’s first-quarter earnings call, scheduled for June 1 at 5 p.m.

For today’s companies, Facebook Inc (NASDAQ: FB) pages and Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR) feeds are no longer simply about having a token social media presence or having another place to announce promotions and events.

“Gig workers” make up almost 34 percent of the workforce, and Recode expects this number to double in four years.

Gig workers are the Uber drivers, AirBnB property owners, the freelance writers, the self-employed musicians — the workers who make their own schedule and find their own gigs.

Height Securities released its latest analysis of the American Health Care Act Friday following the Congressional Budget Office’s scoring report.

Height analyst Stefanie Miller believes the CBO’s scoring will not hinder Republican efforts to move the bill through to the President’s desk.

President Donald Trump's America-first pledge may or may not have played a factor in a recent survey among Americans, which found that nine of the top 10 most favorable brands are American.

Nutanix Inc (NASDAQ: NTNX) shares were seen up roughly 12 percent on Friday after the company delivered a big fiscal Q3 earnings beat and guidance raise. After such a strong quarter, Nutanix bulls have plenty to be excited about, but bears also identified a things to like about the quarter as well.

Toward the end of trading Friday, the Dow traded down 0.02 percent to 21,078.32 while the NASDAQ climbed 0.01 percent to 6,205.70. The S&P also rose, gaining 0.01 percent to 2,415.08.

Leading and Lagging Sectors

Non-cyclical consumer goods & services sector was the top gainer in the US market on Friday.

Travelport Worldwide Ltd (NYSE: TVPT) and Sabre Corp (NASDAQ: SABR) plunged Friday as two European airlines announced new fees on tickets purchased through global distribution systems, which facilitate booking transactions between travel services and agencies.