HIGHER: Akebia (AKBA), up 24% after announcing two phase 3 active-controlled pivotal studies of vadadustat met their primary endpoints. UP AFTER EARNINGS: Momo (MOMO), up 9%… International Seaways (INSW), up 7%… Stitch Fix (SFIX), up 26%… Northern Oil and Gas (NOG), up 9%. DOWN AFTER EARNINGS: Dick’s Sporting (DKS), down 6%… PetIQ (PETQ), down 4%. ALSO LOWER: Boeing (BA), down 3% amid news that Singapore, Australia, China, Indonesia and Malaysia have all grounded 737 MAX 8 planes as concerns mount following this weekend’s crash of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing Model 737-8 airplane… HP Enterprise (HPE), down 4% after UBS analyst John Roy downgraded the stock to Sell from Neutral and cut his price target for the shares to $13 from $17. The company’s on-premises hardware sales are being pressured by the growth in public cloud, while the “stock is expecting better,” Roy tells investors in a research note… Deutsche Bank (DB), down 2% after Reuters reports Germany’s Verdi labor union has voiced strong opposition to a potential deal between Deutsche and Commerzbank (CRZBY), arguing that a combined entity would be a more attractive target for a hostile foreign takeover… F5 Networks (FFIV), down 3% after announcing a definitive agreement under which F5 will acquire all issued and outstanding shares of privately held NGINX for a total enterprise value of approximately $670M.