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Premarket Movers Wednesday: Netflix, Dollar Tree, Lucid Group

Stocks moving in premarket trading Wednesday include Netflix, Dollar Tree, Lucid Group, Eli Lilly and Cal-Maine Foods.

Cal-Maine Lower After Profit Meets Estimate, Sales Lag

Cal-Maine Foods was lower after the egg producer reported flat fiscal-third-quarter earnings on 3.9% higher sales and 3.1% higher dozens sold.

Credit Suisse, Goldman, Suez Canal, Oil, Amazon: 5 Things You Must Know

Bank stocks slump after it is revealed U.S.-based hedge fund Archegos Capital defaulted on margin calls; the container ship stuck in the Suez Canal 'has partially refloated,' economic data this week includes the U.S. jobs report for March.

Georgia Election, NYSE and Chinese Telcos, Covid-19, Amazon - 5 Things You Must Know Tuesday

Stock futures turn lower following sharp losses on the first trading day of 2021; the NYSE reversed its decision to delist shares of Chinese telecommunication companies; Haven healthcare venture disbands.

Cleveland-Cliffs, TikTok, Trump, Caesars - 5 Things You Must Know Monday

Stock futures rise as equities come off their fourth straight losing week; Cleveland-Cliffs will buy the U.S. operations of Luxembourg-based ArcelorMittal; TikTok's ban in the U.S. is blocked by a federal judge.

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What’s Open and What’s Closed this Fourth of July

A list to remember when heading out on the Fourth of July, what is open and what's closed.

Tesla Q2 Deliveries Slump To 254,695 As Shanghai Shutdown, Supply Chain Snarls Take Toll

Tesla said it had a record rate of production in June, but supply chain disruption and the closure of its Shanghai gigafactory triggered a slump in Q2 deliveries.

Summers, Others Cite Growing Chance of Recession

GDP shrank an annualized 1.6% in the first quarter, and some experts anticipate another drop in the second quarter.

Coinbase Faces A New Scandal

The platform denies selling proprietary customer data and announces it is expanding into several European countries.