Premarket Movers Monday – Carnival, Tesla, Airbnb, Pfizer
U.S. equity futures on Monday were mixed, with gains largely driven by oil and energy stocks, as investors look to navigate a potentially tricky week on Wall Street.
Here are some of the main drivers of pre-market Monday trading.
1. CCL Carnival | Up 1.6%
2. Tesla TSLA | Down 0.4%
Tesla shares (TSLA) – Get the Tesla Inc report bordered lower. The electric vehicle major said it will hold its 2021 annual meeting from its gigafactory in Austin on October 7.
The meeting, to be held virtually, will include live audio webcasts. Holders will have the opportunity to submit votes and written comments and questions on items on the agenda of the Meeting.
3. Airbnb ABNB | Up 0.4%
Airbnb actions (ABNB) – Get an Airbnb report were higher after JPMorgan analysts launched the home rental company’s stock hedge with a neutral rating and a price target of $ 170 per share, 3.5% above Friday’s closing price .
4. Pfizer PFE | Up 0.2%
Pfizer Shares (PFE) – Get the Pfizer Inc. report and partner BioNTech (BNTX) – Get the ADR report sponsored by BioNTech SE were up on Monday after the New York health giant announced it was entering a Phase 2/3 trial of its oral antiviral candidate Covid. The medicine is designed to treat adults living in households who have been exposed to someone who has tested positive and is showing symptoms of the coronavirus.
The drug candidate is co-administered with a low dose of ritonavir to prevent infection.
5. Occidental Petroleum OXY | Up 2.9%
Occidental Petroleum shares (OXY) – Get the report from Occidental Petroleum Corporation rose as crude prices hit their highest level in nearly three years amid a supply crunch.