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#MoneyBeat Stocks to Watch: Qualcomm, Amazon, GE, U.S. Steel, Stitch Fix, Dick’s Sporting Goods, United Continental

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Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Tuesday’s session. Stock movements reflect premarket trading.

Qualcomm—Down 5.2%: President Donald Trump on Monday blocked Broadcom Ltd.’s $117 billion hostile bid for Qualcomm, as the U.S. panel that vets foreign deals said that the bid could have had implications for the U.S.’s broader technological competition with China. Broadcom shares were up 1.5%.

Intel—Up 1.9%: A rival chip maker, Intel had been considering a range of alternatives  in reaction to Broadcom’s hostile pursuit for Qualcomm, including a bid  for Broadcom.

Amazon.com—Up 1% to $1,614: Jefferies raised its price target on the e-commerce giant to $1,850 from $1,750.

General Electric—Down 2.8% to $14.68: JPMorgan Chase analysts lowered their price target on shares of the industrial conglomerate to $11 from $14. GE didn’t pay a cash bonus last year to its top executives at corporate headquarters, which it said was the first time in the company’s 125-year history.

U.S. Steel—Down 3.3%: Vertical Group downgraded shares of the steel producer to sell from hold. The downgrade came after the firm raised its forecast for the year, citing the U.S. move to impose a 25% tariff on most imported steel.

Stitch Fix—Down 5.9%: The personal shopping service said in its second quarterly earnings report as a public company that revenue rose 24%, topping expectations, though profits missed and its cost of sales increased 29%.

Dick's Sporting Goods—Down 4.8%: Dick’s said that same-store sales fell 2% in the company’s fourth quarter, a larger decrease than Wall Street expected.

United Continental Holdings—Up 1.8%: The airline operator boosted its unit revenue guidance for the current quarter and gave upbeat earnings projections for the full year.

Chipotle Mexican Grill—Up 0.9% to $326.69: Wedbush analysts raised their price target on the burrito chain to $310 from $285.

DSW Inc.—Up 4.9%: DSW reported weaker-than-expected revenue and gave a downbeat outlook for 2018, though the footwear retailer beat on earnings and raised its dividend.

Michael Kors Holdings—Up 0.7% to $61.85: Credit Suisse analysts initiated coverage on the luxury brand with an outperform rating and $75 price target.

Tilly's—Down 14%: The retailer said revenue grew less than expected in the most recent quarter, while same-store sales were flat.

This is an expanded version of the “Stocks to Watch” section of our Morning MoneyBeat newsletter. To receive it every morning via email, click here: https://www.wsj.com/newsletters?sub=263

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