Stocks reverse higher in choppy trade

Stocks are back up (for now) following a week and half of big swings. Plus, Under Armour is ripping higher, but can the company really pull off a comeback? And, will the Olympics award ratings gold to Comcast? We break down the Chloe Kim effect. Plus, flu season getting nasty. We talk to one company that may have a solution for fighting the latest strain. Catch The Final Round at 3:55 ET p.m. with Jen Rogers, Yahoo Finance markets correspondent Myles Udland and reporter Dan Roberts.

Winners and losers

Stocks in the red today include Himax Technologies as the chipmaker missed on quarterly revenue; Henry Schein as the FTC filed a complaint against it and other dental products distributors alleging price collusion; and Helios & Matheson, with shares of the MoviePass parent tumbling after it announced a new $105 million share offering. This a day after announcing a MoviePass price cut.

Stocks in the green include AmerisourceBergen. The Journal reports Walgreens Boots Alliance is in early stage talks to buy drug wholesaler; Blue Apron after the meal-kit maker reported a smaller-than-expected revenue drop and said it was ramping up its marketing spend; and Under Armour, with shares ripping after the athletic wear maker reported earnings per share that matched Street estimates and beat on quarterly revenue.