Market movers gathered the best reactions from investors and analysts, as shares of Target rose after the retailer beat expectations. Professionals, including Jim Cramer, discussed the retailer after it reported its first-quarter financial results before the market opened on Wednesday. Target Chairman and Chief Executive Brian Cornell said on a conference call with investors that inventories were down 16%, but sales were barely up from a year ago as consumers cut back on spending. Despite the numbers, Target maintained its previous full-year guidance. The stock closed up 2.5% on Wednesday.