This Tuesday, we watch changes in several company’s premarket stocks. Here’s a look.
- Boeing (BA) – Boeing was up 1.03% to $177.46 in premarket hours. The aircraft manufacturer recently announced a new $1.2 billion contract with the Pentagon and a new deal with DHL Express.
- AstraZeneca (AZN) – AstraZeneca was up .71% to $53.62 in the premarket hours. It was announced recently that the pharmaceutical company is now partnered with IQVIA, an analytics provider, to assist in current efforts to speed up trials and eventual delivery of a COVID-19 vaccine through Operation Warp Speed.
- Ford (F) – Ford stock was up 1.98% to $6.18 in premarket hours. Following the halt in production of the popular Bronco SUV in 1996, Ford unveiled a brand new 2021 SUV model on Monday much to the delight of Bronco fans. The auto manufacturer also unveiled a crossover Bronco at the time.
- Fastenal (FAST) – Fastenal was up 1.01% to $43.82 in premarket hours. The industrial supplies manufacturer reported a hefty 10% unexpected increase in revenue. While a portion of the products manufactured by Fastenal experienced lower sales, PPE sales offset losses.
- Delta (DAL) – Delta Airlines was down 4.33% to $25.66 in premarket hours following a Q2 financial loss that was more than previously expected.
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