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GameStop, Tesla, Carnival: What to Enjoy When the Stock Market Opens Today

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GameStop, Tesla, Carnival: What to View When the Stock Market Opens Today

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to reveal recovery in the&U.S. services sector. Futures tied to the S&P 500 gained 0.6%, indicating that the broad market gauge could rise after the New York opening bell. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures climbed up 0.6% and Nasdaq-100 futures included 0.5%. Read our full market wrap here.

What’s Turning up
  • IHS Markit’s U.S. services index for March is expected to tick up to 60.2 from a preliminary reading of 60 when figures are released at 9:45 a.m. ET.
  • The Institute for Supply Management’s services index for March, due at 10 a.m., is anticipated to rise to 59.2 from 55.3 a month earlier.
  • U.S. factory orders for February, likewise out at 10 a.m., are expected to rise 0.3% from a month earlier.
Market Movers to View

–.
GameStop.
shares toppled 15% premarket after the videogame merchant revealed strategies to offer up to 3.5 million shares of its common stock.

— Shares in electrical carmaker.
Tesla.
rallied 7.5% in premarket trading.

— Oil-and-gas producer.
Leader Natural Resources.
shares decreased 3.8% after it late Thursday revealed a $6.4 billion deal to buy DoublePoint Energy.

— Shares in cruise operator.
Carnival.
increased 1.8% after the U.S. Centers for Illness Control and Avoidance issued upgraded assistance Friday for the ultimate resumption of leisure cruises, stressing the requirement for immunizing ship and port personnel versus Covid-19.

A Carnival ship passed by South Beach in Miami Beach, Fla., Sept., 20, 2018.

< img src=" https://images.wsj.net/im-220584?width=620&size=1.6976127320954908 "layout=" responsive" placeholder height =" 365.21874999999994 "width =" 620" alt=" A Carnival ship gone by South Beach in Miami Beach, Fla., Sept., 20, 2018.

” > A Carnival ship gone by South Beach in Miami Beach, Fla., Sept., 20, 2018. Image: Andy Newman/Associated Press

— A Maryland hotel tycoon and a Swiss billionaire have actually tried for.
Tribune Publishing.
that the paper chain is expected to prefer over a takeover offer it already struck with hedge fund Alden Global Capital LLC, The Wall Street Journal reported.

— The cryptocurrency XRP rallied 20% Monday. It fell dramatically in December after the Securities and Exchange Commission filed a civil match declaring Ripple Labs violated investor-protection laws when it sold XRP.

— Shares in sports betting firm.
DraftKings.
rose 1.9% after the business stated it acquired Blue Ribbon Software, a Tel Aviv-based jackpot and gamification business.

Market Truths

— In current months, fund financiers have actually been plowing loads of money into funds focused on Japanese stocks. Inflows amounted to $3.1 billion in the six months through January, according to information from.
Morningstar,
compared with net outflows of $22.8 billion in 5 years from August 2015 through July 2020.

— About 70% of mortgages issued in 2020 went to customers with credit rating of at least 760, up from 61% in 2019, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York City.

Chart of the Day

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Deere.
and.
Netflix.

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Published at Mon, 05 Apr 2021 12:01:00 +0000