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Peloton Interactive: The fitness-equipment maker's shares climbed 2.5% premarket.
Twitter shares slipped 1.1% premarket.
Ford Motor: The automobile maker raised the starting price of its all-electric truck for the second time in months pic.twitter.com/Y8CWd1nkxC
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Constellation Brands: The alcoholic-beverage maker’s shares added 0.5% premarket after earnings per share during the recent quarter came in well ahead of estimates.
Peloton Interactive: The fitness-equipment maker’s shares climbed 2.5% premarket after it said it plans to cut about 500 jobs, roughly 12% of its remaining workforce, in the company’s fourth round of layoffs this year.
Twitter: The social-media platform and Elon Musk are hashing out conditions tied to financing and dropping litigation over the stalled takeover. Twitter shares slipped 1.1% premarket.
Ford Motor: The automobile maker raised the starting price of its all-electric truck for the second time in months. Its stock price edged down 1% ahead of the bell.
Pinterest: The photo-sharing platform’s stock price climbed more than 5% in premarket trading. Goldman Sachs lifted its rating on the stock to a buy and raised its price target.
Johnson & Johnson: The consumer-health giant won bankruptcy court approval to keep on hold lawsuits brought by New Mexico and Mississippi that accuse it of concealing cancer-causing material in its products.
Levi Strauss and Accolade are among the companies reporting earnings Thursday.