Stock futures slipped Tuesday as Wall Street came out of a long holiday weekend and oil prices surged after talks among the world's largest oil producers broke down.
Here are some of the top movers during premarket trading on Tuesday:
1. Didi Global - Down 20%
U.S.-listed shares of Didi Global (DIDI) fell sharply after the Cyberspace Administration of China late last week began a cybersecurity review into Didi and blocked the company’s app from accepting new users, and then on Sunday ordered the company’s app to be removed from stores.
2. Nvidia - Up 1.2%
Nvidia (NVDA) shares rose after another Wall Street analyst lifted his price target to near $1,000 amid expectations of continued strong demand for video graphics cards and related semiconductors that are used for both gaming and mining cryptocurrencies.
3. AMC Entertainment - Up 3.9%
AMC Entertainment (AMC) climbed after the world's biggest movie theater chain said it withdrew a proposal to increase the total number of authorized shares by 25 million to a total of 549.2 million shares.
4. GameStop - Up 1.3%
Shares of GameStop (GME) were climbing after the videogame retailer said it had leased a 530,000-square-foot facility in Reno, Nev., as the company continues to expand its North American fulfillment network. The facility is expected to be operational in 2022.
5. FireEye - Up 2.8%
FireEye (FEYE) , along with other cybersecurity-focused companies, were climbing after a weekend cyberattack on software provider Kaseya, in which Russian hackers demanded $70 million to restore data. Hundreds of companies were directly hit by the supply-chain attack on Kesaya's VSA software.