Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Apple, Meta Platforms, Carnival, Nike and more

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Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading Friday.

Apple$3 trillion, a milestone first achieved in January 2022. Citi also slapped a $240 price target on the stock, the highest on Wall Street.

Coinbasecalling recent bitcoin exchange-traded funds filings inadequate. Coinbase is the crypto custody partner for BlackRock, whose bitcoin ETF filing earlier this month set off a wave of followers and a rally in the price of bitcoin and Coinbase shares.

Pacific Biosciences


Bright Health Groupafter the health insurer announced a deal to sell its California Medicare Advantage business to Molina Healthcare for roughly $600 million.

Nikefirst earnings miss in three years and reported a decline in margins for its fiscal fourth quarter, which it attributed to higher product input costs, elevated freight and logistics costs, an uptick in promotions and unfavorable currency exchange rates.

Meta PlatformsCompetition and Markets Authority closed its investigation into the company’s sale of Giphy to Shutterstock


Carnivalan upgrade from Jefferies to buy from hold, citing leadership changes and an improved outlook.

— CNBC’s Alex Harring, Tanaya Macheel and Sarah Min contributed reporting.

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