The stocks that are making the most significant moves in the pre-market are always something that needs to be noted. We know that you are here to know more about that too. We bring you the news about the stocks and shares going up and down and changing the drastic values in their way. If you are interested, then you should definitely check it out.
1. Chevron (CVX): Chevron had gained 2.1% in the pre-market. This does look like a good start to the pre-market as good news always seem to beget more good news. At least that’s what we are hoping for.
2. Newell Brands (NWL): This is one company where its stock added 2% in pre-market action.
3. Exxon Mobil (XOM): Exxon had gone up and added 1.5% in pre-market trading. That’s another one for the profit.
4. Momentive Global (MNTV): Zendesk had gone ahead and tumbled 18.5% in the pre-market, that is a whole lot of loss that they had. This is the parent company we are talking about while Momentive Global lost 5.7% in the pre-market.
5. Apple (AAPL): Apple had released a lot of stuff recently but they faced problems with the supply chain and as a result of this the stock fell 3.6% in the pre-market.
6. Amazon.com (AMZN): Amazon seems to be facing some trouble recently as its shares went down around 4.5% in the pre-market trading.
7. Starbucks (SBUX): Starbucks is also not having a good day as their share had gone down 5.2% in the pre-market action. It seems that not a lot of positives are coming out of the pre-market trading today. We have had more losses than gains.
8. Gilead Sciences (GILD): Once again, a loss that we are seeing as this company also had its shares fall and its stock lost by 1.7% in the pre-market.
9. U.S. Steel (X): U.S. Steel might be a company that is seeing a height bright side in today’s stock market. They now have surged 9.2% in pre-market trading.
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That’s all for today. Take care of yourselves!