Mutual and exchange-traded funds holding U.S. equities are on track for their second-most inflows since 2013!
Another jaw dropping record event, taking in over $86 billion according to Morningstar Direct data through October.
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Walt Disney: shares jumped about 10% premarket.
Coinbase Global: stock fell about 4% in premarket.
Imago BioSciences: Merck has agreed to buy Imago for $1.35
Carvana: laid off about 1,500 people.
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Walt Disney: The entertainment company’s board of directors on Sunday night replaced Chief Executive Bob Chapek with Robert Iger, its former chairman and CEO who left the company at the end of last year. Disney shares jumped about 10% premarket.
Coinbase Global: The digital-asset exchange’s stock fell about 4% in premarket trading, as the recent collapse of rival FTX continued to put pressure on the broader cryptocurrency industry.
Imago BioSciences: Merck has agreed to buy Imago for $1.35 billion, the big drugmaker’s latest deal in search of new sources of sales. Imago shares soared more than 100% ahead of the bell.
Carvana: The used-car dealer that was a pandemic winner is rushing to conserve cash as once-plentiful financing options dry up and business deteriorates. On Friday, Carvana laid off about 1,500 people.
J.M. Smucker: The food maker’s shares rose modestly premarket after it reported quarterly results and lifted its sales forecast for fiscal 2023.
Silvergate Capital: The crypto bank’s shares have been cut in half this month and are now down nearly 90% over the past year, even as Silvergate has taken steps to reassure investors of its stability amid FTX’s collapse.
Zoom Video Technologies, Dell Technologies and Urban Outfitters are among the companies reporting earnings Monday.