GameStop (GME), which is at the heart of the meme stock phenomenon, rose 1.4% after seven straight days of declines.
SoFi Technologies (SOFI) continued its upward trend, trading 14.7% higher following regulatory approvals for its banking license.
Lucid (LCID) was marginally up and AMC Entertainment (AMC) rallied 1.9%.
Meanwhile, Peloton stood out in the list as it dropped 25% on a report that the exercise equipment maker plans to temporarily suspend its Bike output from February to March and the Tread treadmill production for six weeks due to a fall in demand.
Tesla (TSLA) advanced 1.9% even as its discussions with the Indian government over potential tax benefits are hitting a dead end. The US electric automaking giant also has reportedly applied to extend its trademark to audio equipment, according to a report by Electrek.
AMD slipped 1.5% after Piper Sandler lowered its price target on the company to $130 from $140 and investment rating to neutral from overweight.
Palantir Technologies (PLTR) rose 2.8% in line with the broader market.
Microsoft (MSFT) was up 1%. Vuzix (VUZI) said its smart glasses are now compatible with Microsoft's Endpoint Manager to manage devices that run on Android Open-Source Project. BofA reiterated that the technology giant continues to be a top pick and said it expects the company to report strong fiscal Q2 results next week.
Robinhood Markets (HOOD) gained 1%. In a blogpost, the fintech company said it has launched a new shareholder Q&A feature on its app to enable investors to ask questions to leaders of companies they invest in.
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