Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Monday’s session. Stock movements noted by ticker reflect movements during regular trading hours; premarket trading is specified separately.
AT&T Inc.—Up 0.3% premarket:
said it has renewed a contract to continue carrying
channels, avoiding a programming blackout that would have left more than 24 million pay-TV customers without channels such as MTV, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon.
Bank of America Corp.—Up 0.3% premarket: With bank stocks tumbling alongside long-term Treasury yields,
shares fell 7.8% last week, their largest weekly drop since early December.
—Up 0.7% premarket: The iPhone maker is expected to reveal several new media-based services at a Monday event.
—Down 0.1% premarket: With the broader technology sector sliding, the social-media company still rose 1.3% Friday to finish the week with a 5.8% advance.
—Unchanged premarket: Shares of the copper mining company had their worst day in nearly two months Friday, falling 5.7% alongside industrial metals prices as growth fears spread.
—Up 0.7% premarket: The recreation-vehicle manufacturer reported lower earnings in the company’s fiscal second quarter, compared with the comparable period a year prior, as revenue slumped and operating expenses increased 16%.
Lexicon Pharmaceuticals Inc.—Down 1.5% premarket: A proposed oral treatment for Type 1 diabetes, developed by French pharmaceutical giant
and Houston-based biopharmaceutical company
was rejected for sale.
—Up 3.2% premarket:
and Tier Reit have agreed to combine in a stock swap worth about $6 billion that would merge two real-estate companies whose portfolio spans the Sunbelt region of the U.S.
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