Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Lowe’s, ViacomCBS, Target, BlackBerry and more

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A Lowe's hardware store in Philadelphia.Mark Makela | ReutersHere's a look at the stocks making headlines in Wednesday's trading session.Lowe's – Shares of the retailer jumped nearly 10% after the company reported quarterly earnings that topped expectations and raised its revenue guidance. Lowe's sales picked up over the past year as consumers bought new houses, renovated kitchens and took on do-it-yourself projects while stuck at home during the pandemic. The stock is up 25% this year.ViacomCBS -- The media stock jumped more than 5% after ViacomCBS and NBCUniversal-parent Comcast announced they were collaborating on a new streaming service for Europe. The product, called "SkyShowtime," is expected to launch next year. ViacomCBS also received an upgrade to overweight from Wells Fargo.Target – Target shares pulled back over 1% despite the retailer beating on second-quarter earnings. The company reported adjusted earnings of $3.64 per share on revenue of $25.16 billion. Wall
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