4 Stocks Making Moves in Early Trading

Walgreens (NYSE:WAG) has announced that contract renewal negotiations with Express Scripts (NASDAQ:ESRX) have failed, and Walgreens will stop participating in their pharmacy provider network as of the first of January next year.

Boeing Co. (NYSE:BA) announced that Aeroflot Russian Airlines ordered eight 777-300ER jetliners. The order had been previously posted on Boeing’s orders and deliveries website but was attributed to an unidentified customer. Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA added fifteen 737-800 airplanes to their order, bringing their total orders from Boeing to seventy-eight.

Nokia (NYSE:NOK) shares are up after they unveiled their new N9 smartphone, which is modeled after Microsoft Corp.‘s (NASDAQ:MSFT) Windows Phone and should be available for purchase later this year.

Best Buy’s (NYSE:BBY) board has authorized a 7% dividend increase and up to $5 billion with which to repurchase stocks.

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