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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.

Breaking News

Ford Makes a Major Change

The legacy automaker has just made a decision that will affect consumers buying its electric vehicles via a lease.

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.