Investing.com – Equities at the center of pre-market trading on Thursday:
• Delta Air Lines (NYSE 🙂 posted a 2.1% increase in pre-market sales of 8:28 am ET (12:28 GMT) after posting a 39% increase in quarterly earnings as a result tariffs. It also provided for a strong summer, welcoming passengers at the expense of rivals hit by the grounding of their aircraft Boeing (NYSE 🙂 737 MAX. Delta does not have any models in its fleet.
• Pharmaceutical benefit directors were more numerous after the White House removed its plan to reduce drug rebates that manufacturers often provide to intermediaries, which the government says would help lower the price of medicines. Cigna (NYSE 🙂 jumped 7.9%, while CVS Health (NYSE 🙂 jumped 5.8% and UnitedHealth (NYSE 🙂 gained 3.3%.
• Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ :): Analyst stocks were depreciated 4.7% after the company was impacted by a $ 400 million impairment in the second quarter.
• Amazon.com stocks (NASDAQ 🙂 rose 0.6% after the Wall Street Journal announced that the company plans to recycle up to a third of its US workforce by 2025 to maintain its staff.
• Take-Two Interactive (NASDAQ 🙂 fell 1.2% after an analyst at Jefferies demoted the buy-to-hold company, due to concerns related to its lack of short-term catalyst, according to StreetInsider.
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