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  • 1Coca-Cola (KO)

    Coca-Cola (KO) revealed first-quarter sales that narrowly beat Wall Street's estimates, coupled with adjusted per-share profits that matched views. The blue-chip beverage maker is bubbling higher by about 2%.

  • 2Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)

    Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) logged better-than-expected first-quarter profits and revenues. Shares of the blue-chip health products giant are jumping more than 2%. 

  • 3Aaron's (AAN)

    Aaron's (AAN), a rent-to-own furniture and electronics company, rejected a $2.3 billion buyout bid from one of its shareholders. Instead, the company bought a credit financing firm for $700 million. So far, Wall Street isn't impressed, sending the shares sliding 6%.

  • 4Zebra Technologies (ZBRA)

    Zebra Technologies (ZBRA) said it will buy Motorola Solutions's enterprise software business for $2.45 billion in cash. The shares are zipping higher by 5.5%.

  • 5Halozyme Therapeutics (HALO)

    Halozyme Therapeutics  (HALO) has made numerous appearances in this column recently. Its shares have taken a beating after the firm had to delay a study for a pancreatic-cancer-drug delivery system. 

    However, the shares are rising Tuesday after Citigroup reportedly slapped the company with a "buy" rating and a $12 price target. It currently trades at about $7.18 a share.

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