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Premarket Movers Thursday - Williams-Sonoma, Salesforce, Snowflake, Ulta Beauty

Stocks moving in premarket trading Thursday include Williams-Sonoma, Salesforce, Ulta Beauty, Snowflake and Autodesk.

Stock futures indicated a lower open for Wall Street on Thursday with investors hoping a Federal Reserve symposium sheds some light on the central bank's plans for tapering stimulus.

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

1. Williams-Sonoma WSM | Up 14.65%

Shares of Williams-Sonoma  (WSM) - Get Williams-Sonoma, Inc. Report jumped early Thursday after the home retailer raised its dividend and introduced a new buyback program. 

The West Elm and Pottery Barn owner blasted Wall Street earnings forecasts and approved a $1.25 billion share buyback plan.

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2. Ulta Beauty ULTA | Up 6.05%

Shares of Ulta Beauty  (ULTA) - Get Ulta Beauty Inc Report rose a day after the beauty retailer reported fiscal second-quarter results that exceeded analysts' expectations and raised its outlook for full-year sales to between $8.1 billion and $8.3 billion.

Ulta's fiscal second-quarter revenue soared 60% from the same quarter last year.

3. Salesforce CRM | Up 2.88%

Salesforce  (CRM) - Get salesforce.com, inc. Report traded higher Thursday after the business-software provider, which has benefited from the increased emphasis on cloud-computing during the pandemic, raised its revenue guidance for the third quarter and full year.

4. Snowflake SNOW | Up 4.10%

Shares of Snowflake  (SNOW) - Get SNOWFLAKE, INC. Report were rising before the bell Thursday after the cloud software company reported a jump of more than 100% in second-quarter revenue and boosted its forecast for product sales.

5. Autodesk ADSK | Down 7.38%

Software company Autodesk  (ADSK) - Get Autodesk, Inc. Report fell early Thursday even after the company posted a 16% rise in revenue in the second quarter but investors weren’t pleased with its guidance for the third quarter.