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Premarket Movers Friday - Gap, Peloton, VMware, Workday

Stocks moving in premarket trading Friday include Gap, Peloton, VMware, Workday and

Stock futures edged higher Friday ahead of a speech from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell that could provide Wall Street with clues about the central bank's plans for pulling back on stimulus.

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Here are some of the top movers during premarket trading Friday.

1. Gap GPS | Up 6.83%

Shares of Gap  (GPS)  advanced before the bell Friday. The multi-brand retailer reported second-quarter sales that topped $4 billion, the highest in more than a decade.

Gap boosted its 2021 profit forecasts, thanks to solid summer traffic and the first "back to school" push in two years.

2. Peloton PTON | Down 7.78%

Shares of Peloton  (PTON)  fell sharply early Friday after the digital-fitness-company slashed the price of its most-popular bike and issued a revenue outlook that was below estimates.

3. VMware VMW | Down 6.45%

Shares of VMware  (VMW) traded lower in premarket trading after the enterprise software company reported lower-than-expected cloud revenue but overall fiscal second quarter earnings and revenue were in line with estimates.

4. Workday WDAY | Up 7.07%

Shares of Workday  (WDAY)  were rising ahead of the bell after the HR software and services company reported better-than-expected second-quarter results and offered upbeat guidance after the bell Thursday.

5. BILL | Up 14.95%

Shares of jumped in premarket trading Friday a day after the software company reported fiscal fourth-quarter sales that exceeded expectations even as its losses were wider.

Analysts at Susquehanaa and KeyBanc raised their price targets on the stock.