Uber, Johnson & Johnson, Apple and more

Uber, Johnson & Johnson, Apple and more

On Wednesday, June 9, 2021, people visit Uber Technologies Inc. in San Francisco, California, United States. Wear protective masks in front of the seat.

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Take a look at some of the greatest movers in the pre-market.

Uber (UBER) – Shares of Uber rose 5.7% pre-market after the rideshare company revised its financial outlook for the third period. The company now plans to report between $ 22.8 billion and $ 23.2 billion in gross bookings for the third quarter, according to an SEC filing. It had previously estimated between $ 22 billion and $ 24 billion in its second quarter earnings call.

JOHNSON & JOHNSON (JNJ) – Shares of Johnson & Johnson rose 0.8% in morning trading after the drug company said its COVID-19 booster was 94% effective when given two months after the first dose in the United States. The company said the booster increases antibody levels four to six times more than a single injection.

Apple (AAPL) – Apple shares rose 0.9% pre-market after the Wall Street Journal reported that the tech company was working on iPhone features to help identify depression and the cognitive decline. The newspaper, citing people familiar with the matter, said the features would use data from sensors to help detect these health issues.

Chevron (CVX), Exxon Mobil (XOM) – Oil stocks rebounded in pre-market as crude oil prices edged up. Chevron and Exxon Mobil each gained more than 1% in pre-market. Stocks fell in Monday’s liquidation as concerns over global economic growth weighed on oil.

Enphase Energy (ENPH) – Enphase Energy shares rose 1.8% in morning trading after KeyBanc started hedging the stock with an overweight position. The company said the solar power game has a solid foundation and growing opportunities.

Vail Resorts (MTN) – Shares of Vail Resorts were up 1.7% pre-market after KeyBanc improved the stock to overweight the sector. KeyBanc said Vail Resorts is expected to benefit from strong demand for winter vacations.

Big Lot (BIG) – Big Lot shares fell 1.3% in morning trading after Piper Sandler lowered the retailer from overweight to neutral. The firm said ending the fiscal stimulus would hurt Big Lots.

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