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Premarket Movers Wednesday - AMC, GameStop, Nordstrom

Stocks moving in premarket trading Wednesday include AMC, GameStop, Nordstrom, Express and Cassava Sciences.

Stock futures fluctuated Wednesday, a day after Wall Street hit fresh records as investors paused ahead of a Federal Reserve gathering at the end of the week.

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

1. AMC Entertainment AMC | Up 2.8%

Shares of AMC Entertainment  (AMC) - Get AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc. Class A Report extended gains after rising 20% in the session on Tuesday.

2. GameStop GME | Down 2%

GameStop  (GME) - Get GameStop Corp. Class A Report shares fluctuated early Wednesday after the stock, popular on social media forums like Reddit’s WallStreetBets, surged during the previous session.

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GameStop soared 28% at one point in Tuesday premarket trading. 

Investors scrambled to find clues behind the strongest rally in so-called meme stocks in more than two months.

3. Nordstrom JWN | Down 11%

Shares of Nordstorm  (JWN) - Get Nordstrom, Inc. (JWN) Report slipped 10%. The luxury retailer reported that fiscal-second-quarter revenue doubled from a year earlier but fell slightly from the comparable 2019 quarter. 

Nordstrom swung to a fiscal-second-quarter profit from a year-earlier loss.

4. Cassava Sciences SAVA | Down 28%

Shares of Cassava Sciences  (SAVA) - Get Cassava Sciences, Inc. Report fell after a lawyer asked the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to halt the company’s clinical trials of its Simufilam, a drug for Alzheimer’s disease, citing concern about the quality of past studies of the medicine.

5. Express EXPR | Up 8.1%

Shares of Express  (EXPR) - Get Express, Inc. Report rose after the apparel retailer posted a surprise second quarter profit. "We experienced an inflection point after the Fourth of July and have been driving a double digit [comparison] versus 2019 since that time," Chief Executive Tim Baxter said in a statement.