Take a look at some of the biggest moves on the market ahead of time:
Beyond Meat (BYND) – Beyond Meat announces the opening of a new manufacturing facility in China, the first outside the United States.The plant-based food company said the new facility will significantly enhance Beyond Meat’s regional product delivery capabilities. 2.8% increase in pre-marketing action
Nokia (NOK) – Nokia settles a long-standing patent dispute with computer maker Lenovo by entering into a new cross-license agreement. The incident involves Lenovo̵7;s use of multiple video compression technologies.Terms of the agreement were not disclosed. But the Finnish telecom equipment maker said it would get a 1.3 percent increase from Lenovo Nokia in futures trading.
Li Auto (LI) – Li Auto announced a new $ 750 million debt offering that the Chinese electric vehicle maker said would put in research and development.Its shares fell 3.7 percent in early action. Marketing
Niu Technologies (NIU) – Niu launches its first electric scooter, with the Chinese company planning to make the two-wheeled transport device available in North America, China and Europe this summer.
SunRun (RUN) – The solar equipment company’s stock rose 2.3% in the market ahead after RBC started its coverage with a “better” rating, noting SunRun’s position as a leading player in the top solar market. Fast growing roof
Pfizer (PFE) – Pfizer’s rheumatoid arthritis drug Xeljanz is under scrutiny by Canadian health officials after studies have shown an increased risk of heart problems and cancer in people. sick Xeljanz’s global sales for 2020 totaled $ 2.44 billion.
Genworth Financial (GNW) – Genworth ended a deal to be acquired by China-based China Oceanwide Holdings, a $ 2.7 billion transaction that was first announced in 2016, the insurer said its board had considered it. That the agreement could not be completed in a reasonable time frame. Following delays from regulatory and epidemic hurdles, Genworth was down 1.7% in futures trading.
Qiagen (QGEN) – A genetic testing company has released a new technology that shortens the response time for researchers to identify a new strain of the virus that causes Covid-19.Stocks gained 1.5% in futures trading.
CyberArk Software (CYBR) – The cybersecurity software company gained 1.1% in the market ahead of time after Baird upgraded its stock to “better” from “neutral”, considering the strong demand for PAM (Managed Management) technology. Access with special privileges)
ViacomCBS (VIAC) – The media company’s stock has been upgraded to “better” from “peer perform” at Wolfe Research, which said the stock is now at a compelling valuation point after recent volatility, which saw nearly two possible valuations. Double and then return those profits. ViacomCBS was up 1.9% in the futures market.
Royal Dutch Shell (R.N) – Royal Dutch Shell is expected to gross $ 200 million in first-quarter revenue from the harsh winter weather in Texas earlier this year. The energy producer is scheduled to report first-quarter results on April 29.