Delta pilots plan to picket, Nvidia and AMD hit 52-week lows, UBS reaffirms Peloton ‘sell’ rating

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Yahoo Finance Live checks out several of today’s trending stocks, including Delta Airlines’ plan to offer free flight changes this July 4th weekend and chip stocks declining ahead of Congress’ CHIPS Act.

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