Fisker (NYSE:FSR) – Shares of the electric vehicle startup fell 39.71% in pre-market trading, following a Wall Street Journal report that Fisker hired restructuring consultants as part of preparations for a possible bankruptcy filing. At the end of February, Fisker admitted to having doubts about its ability to continue operating, as it faced difficulties in securing additional financing. The company reported a larger-than-expected loss in 2023 and failed to meet its production targets by a wide margin.

Anheuser-Busch InBev (NYSE:BUD), Altria Group (NYSE:MO) – Altria Group plans to sell part of its stake in Anheuser-Busch InBev for up to $2.2 billion to fund share buybacks. The sale will occur through a global secondary offering. The decision reflects the search for a substantial return on investment.

Nio (NYSE:NIO) – Nio, the Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer, partnered with CATL to develop longer-lasting batteries, aiming to reduce operational costs. Efforts include cutting battery rental fees, contributing to lowering the total cost of electric vehicles.

Albemarle (NYSE:ALB) – Albemarle announced auctions to sell the metal, aiming to increase market transparency. Lithium prices fell due to overproduction in China and slow global demand. The first auction is scheduled for March 26.

Boeing (NYSE:BA) – The investigation into why LATAM’s 787 from Sydney to Auckland suddenly plunged, injuring more than 50 passengers, focuses on the movement of a cockpit seat. Involuntary pilot action and a possible short circuit are suspected. Airlines, constrained by a market dominated by Boeing and Airbus, express frustrations with Boeing due to safety crises impacting their plans. Yet, airlines negotiate new orders, using delays to obtain better terms, despite challenges in switching to Airbus (USOTC:EADSY) due to its already full order book. The interim head of Europe’s aviation regulator indicated the agency might suspend its approval of Boeing jet production if necessary due to safety concerns but expressed confidence in the company’s approach to the crisis.

Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL) – Delta Air Lines announced on Wednesday that it would resume flights to Israel starting June 7, becoming the second major U.S. airline to do so after the Hamas attack. United Airlines (NASDAQ:UAL) had already resumed flights.

McDonald’s (NYSE:MCD) – McDonald’s international sales are expected to fall next quarter due to the conflict in the Middle East and weak demand in China, CFO Ian Borden said on Wednesday.

McCormick (NYSE:MKC) – Investors await McCormick‘s earnings report, scheduled for March 26, hoping to boost the stock. The company has faced challenges, but there is potential for recovery with a focus on innovation and improvements in volume trends.

Dollar Tree (NASDAQ:DLTR) – Dollar Tree missed market expectations, planning to close 970 Family Dollar stores. Shares fell on Wednesday after the company forecasted sales and profits for 2024 below expectations. Dollar Tree reported a net loss of $1.71 billion, or $7.85 per share, for the quarter ended February 3, compared to a profit from the previous year of $452.2 million, or $2.04 per share.

Under Armour (NYSE:UAA) – The sportswear company announced that CEO Stephanie Linnartz would be leaving the position just over a year after her appointment. Former CEO Kevin Plank will reassume the role, while renowned economist and businessman Mohamed El-Erian is set to become the next board chairman.

Fossil Group (NASDAQ:FOSL) – Fossil shares rose 6.2% in pre-market following CEO Kosta Kartsotis’s departure and the announcement of a strategic review, in response to pressure from an activist investor. The company appointed Jeffrey Boyer as interim CEO.

Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) – Microsoft will expand access to its AI-powered cybersecurity tool starting April 1st, adopting a “pay-as-you-go” model. The ‘Security Copilot’ simplifies analysis tasks and will be charged based on usage. Furthermore, US Senator Mark Warner criticized Microsoft for complying with internet censorship in China, urging them to consider withdrawing Bing from the country. Microsoft defended its presence, stating it complies with local law.

Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) – Oracle announced on Thursday the incorporation of generative AI features into its enterprise software, directly competing with Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and other companies. These features aim to optimize tasks like generating reports and summarizing complex data.

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) – Epic Games asked a federal judge to assess Apple for contempt of court, claiming the company did not fully comply with an order to allow external payment options on its App Store. Epic argues that Apple made the external links “commercially unusable” by imposing various fees and rules.

Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) – Waymo, a subsidiary of Alphabet, announced on Wednesday the launch of free driverless robotaxi services for select members in Los Angeles starting Thursday, following CPUC approval. The expansion includes 63 square miles and will transition to paid services soon.

Spotify (NYSE:SPOT) – Spotify is launching full music videos in beta for premium subscribers, competing with YouTube‘s two-decade dominance. Available in some countries, the initiative aims to increase its user base while facing competition from Apple Music and YouTube.

Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) – Amazon committed to fixing flaws in its advertising operation after incorrectly charging online merchants to promote unavailable products. The issue arose when a seller discovered they were being charged for ads that did not generate sales.

Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) – Nvidia shares fell 0.4% in pre-market trading on Thursday, ahead of the GTC developers’ event. While Wall Street supports the stock, it appears to be in a volatile pattern. Analysts expect market expansion and product updates.

UiPath (NYSE:PATH) – Shares of the software company rose by 4.95% in pre-market after reporting fourth-quarter results, which exceeded analysts’ predictions. UiPath achieved an adjusted profit of 22 cents per share, with revenue of $405 million, surpassing analysts’ expectations of a 16-cent profit per share and $384 million in revenue, as reported by LSEG.

SentinelOne (NYSE:S) – SentinelOne reported an adjusted loss of 2 cents per share with revenue of $174 million in the fourth quarter, compared to analysts’ forecasts of a 4-cent loss per share and $170 million in revenue. The cybersecurity company’s stock value decreased by 8.9% in pre-market after releasing first-quarter and full-year guidelines that were in line with analysts’ estimates, as reported by LSEG.

Adobe (NASDAQ:ADBE) – Analysts project Adobe to report quarterly earnings of $4.38 per share and revenue of $5.14 billion for the first quarter. Ahead of the report scheduled for after Thursday’s market close, Adobe, known for its creative software tools like Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign, saw a 1.01% increase in pre-market trading on Thursday.

Lennar (NYSE:LEN) – Shares of the homebuilder Lennar are down by -0.9% in pre-market after reporting mixed fiscal first-quarter results, with profits up but revenue below expectations due to high mortgage rates, limiting demand for new homes. Lennar reported a profit of $2.57 per share on revenue of $7.31 billion, while analysts expected a profit per share of $2.21 on revenues of $7.38 billion.

Robinhood (NASDAQ:HOOD) – The trading platform’s stock values increased approximately 12.5% in Thursday’s pre-market after releasing selected monthly operational data for February 2024. Robinhood reported that trading volumes during February rose to $80.9 billion, representing a 36% increase from January and 41% from February 2023. Cryptocurrency trading volumes in February also increased to $6.5 billion, marking a 10% increase from January and 86% from the previous year. Additionally, analysts at Bernstein began coverage of the stock with an Outperform rating and a $30 price target.

KKR (NYSE:KKR) – KKR offered $3.06 billion for Encavis (USOTC:ENCVF). Viessmann will invest as a shareholder. KKR plans to rapidly de-list Encavis‘s capital after closing. The offer is 30% above Encavis‘s closing share price listed on the MDAX. Additionally, KKR plans to maintain real estate investments in Japan, even with the possibility of rising interest rates. The Japanese market is attractive, offering returns of 4-5% on assets like apartments, logistics, and hotels. Controlled inflation and sustained economic growth contribute to its attractiveness.

Deutsche Bank (NYSE:DB) – Deutsche Bank CEO Christian Sewing received $9.52 million (8.7 million euros) in 2023, slightly less than in 2022, due to declining profits. Issues in the Postbank unit resulted in bonus reductions for other employees.

Barclays (NYSE:BCS) – Three black bankers who sued Barclays in London, alleging racial discrimination and other grievances, largely lost the case. The East London Employment Tribunal dismissed almost all the claims except for inadequate health adjustments in a 2019 performance assessment.

Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) – Goldman Sachs Asset Management plans to resume “active investment” in U.S. commercial properties this year, with falling prices and a potential recovery. Schroders (LSE:SDR) is also preparing to buy billions in U.S. commercial properties.

US Steel (NYSE:X) – U.S. President Joe Biden plans to express concerns about Nippon Steel‘s $14.9 billion purchase of US Steel. The issue may affect a U.S.-Japan summit on security in the face of growing Chinese strength.

UnitedHealth Group (NYSE:UNH) – The U.S. government is investigating the cyberattack on UnitedHealth Group and Change Healthcare for possible health privacy law violations. It’s the first Department of Health and Human Services investigation into the February 21st incident.

AstraZeneca (NASDAQ:AZN) – AstraZeneca announced on Thursday the acquisition of Amolyt Pharma for $1.05 billion in cash, aiming to expand its rare diseases portfolio. The deal, with an upfront payment of $800 million and an additional $250 million upon regulatory milestones, is expected to close in the third quarter of 2024.

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