U.S. markets were up across the board Tuesday, with the major indices showing signs of recovery following a couple of dismal sessions after Thursday's Brexit vote. The S&P 500 was up 1% while the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Nasdaq rose 0.8% and 1.5% respectively.
Shares of Twilio (TWLO) were up more than 21% Tuesday afternoon -- less than a week after the cloud communication platform operator had the largest tech initial public offering so far this year. Twilio's stock rose more than 90% in its first day of trading, after pricing its IPO at $15 per share.
Dick's Sporting Goods (DKS) shares were climbing on heavy volume Tuesday, after the company was added to Goldman Sachs' Conviction Buy list. The firm sees a potential 28% upside from the stock's $53, 12-month price target. Dick's was up nearly 3% -- to $41.17 -- in early afternoon trading, today.
Micron Technology (MU) shares were rising nearly 5% on heavy volume ahead of the release of the company's fiscal third-quarter results after the closing bell on Thursday. Real Money's Jim Cramer is bullish on Micron, because of the company's flash business prospects.
Finally, shares of Southwestern Energy (SWN) were up more than 8% on weak volume, after the company announced a newly created secured credit facility. The move buys the oil and gas explorer some time, as the company restructured its $2 billion credit facility into a $1.91 billion secured term loan and a $743 million revolving credit facility, due December 14, 2020.
-- Written by Tony Owusu