Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Thursday’s session. Stock movements reflect premarket trading.
Dell Technologies Inc. DVMT 0.03% —Down 0.4%: The company raised its annual guidance and reported losses of $1.45 per share during its second-quarter, beating expectations.
Amazon.com Inc.—Up 0.7%: Some Whole Foods employees want to unionize to address what they say are changes to corporate culture and diminished compensation under the ownership of Amazon.com . AMZN -1.44%
Facebook Inc.—Up 0.1%: Facebook said it would invest more than $1 billion in a new data center in Singapore, its first in Asia and a win for the city-state as other jurisdictions such as China tighten controls over where user data is stored.
CVS Health Corp.—Up 0.6%: Antitrust enforcers are nearing approval of two major deals in the health-care industry, CVS Health ’s CVS 1.16% planned acquisition of health insurer Aetna and Cigna’s planned purchase of Express Scripts . Aetna shares are up 0.4%, while Cigna shares are down 0.2% and Express Scripts shares are up 0.4%.
Lands’ End Inc. —Down 16%: The retailer reported a wider loss and weaker same-store sales in the second quarter than analysts expected.
CBS Corp. —Up 0.7%: The broadcaster is in talks with Shari Redstone and her family’s holding company, National Amusements, to settle their litigation over control of CBS, less than a month before the matter is scheduled to go to trial, The Wall Street Journal reported late in Wednesday’s session.
American Express Co.—Unchanged: The FBI has launched a probe into pricing practices within the foreign-exchange unit of American Express , The Wall Street Journal reported late in Wednesday’s session.
Cushman & Wakefield PLC—Unchanged: Cushman & Wakefield , CWK -0.20% a real-estate services company that went public in August, reported quarterly profits roughly in line with analyst expectations, though it beat on sales.
DocuSign Inc. DOCU -8.25% —Down 1.9%: The electronic-signature technology company gave full-year sales projections that were stronger than analysts expected and topped targets in the most recent quarter.
Tilray Inc. —Down 7.1%: Shares of the Canadian marijuana producer rose 17% Wednesday and have quadrupled since the company went public in July.
Cloudera Inc. — Up 13%: The software company said subscription revenue increased more than Wall Street anticipated in the second quarter and gave stronger-than-expected guidance for the current period.
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