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Here are five things you must know for Thursday, Aug. 3:
 
1. -- U.S. stock futures suggested Wall Street would open mixed on Thursday, Aug. 3, with futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average pointing to a dip for the index below 22,000, the level it hit for the first time ever on Wednesday, Aug. 2.
 
Wall Street cheered a positive earnings report from Apple Inc. ( AAPL)  on Wednesday, sweeping the Dow to a record close for its sixth straight session. The Dow gained 0.24% to close at 22,016. The Nasdaq dropped slightly on Wednesday while the S&P 500 gained 0.05%, matching it previous record high of 2,477 set on July 26.
 
"The Dow ... continues its amazing post-crisis run moving above the 22,000 mark," Mark Heppenstall, CIO at Penn Mutual Asset Management, told TheStreet. He added, "Equity market investors continue to look beyond current dysfunction in Washington D.C. and focus on the improving earnings outlook."
 
European shares on Thursday were mixed as investors pressed pause on the global equity rally that lifted the Dow past 22,000. Stocks in London rose slightly ahead of the Bank of England rate decision and fresh growth and inflation forecasts on Thursday.
 
In the U.S. the  economic calendar on Thursday includes weekly Jobless Claims at 8:30 a.m. ET, Factory Orders for June at 10 a.m. and the ISM Non-Manufacturing Index for July at 10 a.m.
 
2. -- Tesla Inc. ( TSLA)  shares rose 6.8% in premarket trading on Thursday after the electric carmaker posted a second-quarter loss narrowed than expected and reported strong demand for the Model 3, its newest sedan.  

Tesla posted an adjusted loss of $1.33 a share, narrower than Wall Street's expectations for a loss of $1.82. Revenue more than doubled from a year earlier to $2.79 billion, surpassing analysts' estimates of $2.52 billion.

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Tesla said order reservations for its highly anticipated Model 3 vehicle, released last week, were averaging more than 1,800 a day. The Model 3 starts at $44,000 and is largely considered by Wall Street to be Tesla's path to profitability.
 
Despite last week's remarks from CEO Elon Musk about Tesla facing "manufacturing hell" as it ramps production of the Model 3, the company reiterated its prior production targets for the car: It's still aiming to hit a 5,000 vehicle-per-week run rate by the end of the year and a 10,000 vehicle-per-week run rate in late 2018. Tesla also forecast that the Model 3, despite its lower price, would achieve a 25% gross margin -- on par with what Tesla achieved on an adjusted basis for its Model S and X luxury cars in the second quarter -- at some point next year.
 
The company finished the quarter with roughly $3.03 billion in cash, which is less than the $4 billion it held during the prior period, as Tesla continues to burn through cash as it works to meet Musk's ambitious Model 3 production goals.
 
3. -- Clorox Co. ( CLX) reported fiscal fourth-quarter net income of $1.52 a share, up from $1.26 a year earlier. Revenue was $1.65 billion vs. $1.60 billion a year earlier.
 
The company said it expects fiscal 2018 sales growth of 2% to 4%.
 
Aetna Inc. ( AET) reported adjusted earnings in the second quarter of $3.42 a share, topping estimates of $2.37, and the health insurer lifted its earnings forecast for fiscal 2017. The stock rose 3% in premarket trading.
 
Earnings are also expected Thursday from Chesapeake Energy Corp. ( CHK) , Duke Energy Corp. ( DUK) , AMC Networks Inc. ( AMCX) , GoPro Inc. ( GPRO) , Yelp Inc. ( YELP) , Viacom Inc. ( VIAB) , Allergan PLC ( AGN) , Teva Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd. ( TEVA) , Kellogg Co. ( K) , Kraft Heinz Co. ( KHC) , Shake Shack Inc. ( SHAK) , Weight Watchers International Inc. ( WTW) and Yum! Brands Inc. ( YUM) .
 
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4. -- The resurgence of Adidas AG ( ADDYY) over the past year is thrashing its American competitors,Nike Inc. ( NKE)  and Under Armour Inc. ( UA) , with both falling in premarket trading on Thursday.
 
The German sportswear company reported sales in the second quarter rose 18% to €5.038 billion ($5.96 billion). The company also reiterated its improved full-year forecasts, with the company now expecting currency-neutral sales of between 17% and 19% and a 0.8 percentage point improvement in gross margins to 50%. 

Adidas dominance has sent its shares up more than 27% since the start of the year, compared with a more than 17% increase for Nike and a 36.1% loss for Under Armour.

5. -- Fitbit Inc. ( FIT) , the fitness-tracking device maker, reported a narrower-than-expected adjusted loss of 8 cents a share in the second quarter and the stock was gaining 4.5% in premarket trading on Thursday.
 
Analysts surveyed by FactSet expected Fitbit to post a loss of 15 cents a share in the period.
 
Revenue in the second quarter fell to $353.3 million from $586.5 million a year earlier but topped Wall Street forecasts. 
 
Fitbit said it expects an adjusted loss of between 2 cents and 5 cents a share in the third quarter on revenue of $380 million to $400 million. Analysts estimate Fitbit will report a loss of 5 cents a share on revenue of $393.1 million.
  

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