Tesla (TSLA) advanced 2.4% premarket, after a marginal fall Thursday. Wedbush cut the stock price target to $1,000 from $1,400, while maintaining an outperform rating.
Ross Stores (ROST) sank 26% premarket, adding to a 0.1% decline the previous session. On Thursday, the company reported Q1 earnings and sales decline.
Meme stock favorite GameStop (GME) rose 0.9% premarket, after climbing 8.4% Thursday, while Deere & Company advanced marginally premarket, after a 1.1% fall Thursday. The agricultural and heavy equipment maker is expected to report its fiscal Q2 results on Friday.
Palo Alto Networks (PANW) surged 11% before the opening bell, after a 0.5% fall Thursday. The company posted higher fiscal Q3 earnings and revenue.
Among other stocks in focus, Foot Locker (FL) shed 7.4% premarket, adding to a 2% fall Thursday, while Apple (AAPL) climbed 1.4% premarket, afters slipping 2.5% Thursday. BofA Securities lowered the tech giant price target to $200 from $215.
Applied Materials (AMAT) was down 2.2% premarket, after a 0.5% fall Thursday. The company reported late Thursday higher non-GAAP earnings and net sales.
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