USA-Values ​​to follow on Wall Street (updated) – 06/17/2022 at 14:43

(Updated with WWE, addon)

June 17 (Reuters) – The main stocks to watch on Friday on Wall Street, where futures point to a 0.74% open for the Dow Jones.

.DJI

0.76% for the Standard & Poor’s-500

.SPX

and 1.07% for the Nasdaq:

* ADOBE

ADBE.O

fell 3.4% in premarket trading after releasing quarterly and full-year sales forecasts on Thursday below market expectations.

* REVLON REV.N – Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries

RELI.NS is reportedly considering buying the cosmetics maker days after it filed for US bankruptcy protection, ET Now reported on Friday, citing sources. The Revlon title gained 57% premarket.

* ALIBABA

BABA.N

gained 8% in the market after information from Reuters according to which the People’s Bank of China approved the request of Ant Group, a subsidiary of ALIBABA, to create a financial holding company. As a result, Wall Street-listed Chinese companies surge in pre-open trading: JD.COM

JD.O

PINDUODUO

PDD.O

LITTLE BOY

NION

ROKU

ROKU.O

BAIDU

BIDU.O

TENCENT MUSIC

TME.N

and BILIBILI

BILIO.O

it won between 4.1% and 8.5%.

* HUNDRED

CNC.N

raised its annual earnings forecast, betting on higher premiums for the Medicaid program. The health insurer gained 2.3% in pre-open trading.

* ALPHABET

GOOGL.O

– Google’s Russian subsidiary has filed for bankruptcy, Interfax reported on Friday, citing court documents.

* NAP

SNAP.N

it rose 2.7% before the open after announcing that it was testing a new subscription service, Snapchat+.

* TARGA RESOURCES TRGP.N – The oil and gas infrastructure company has agreed to buy the natural gas processing company Lucid Energy Group for $3.55 billion (€3.38 billion) in cash.

* YOU’RE THERE

TSLA.O

The selling price of certain Model Ys destined for the Chinese market has increased, the auto group’s website shows on Friday.

* DIGITALBRIDGE GROUP DBRG.N announced on Thursday that it will sell a 27% equity stake in DataBank, its data center platform, to subsidiaries of Swiss Life Asset Management and EDF Invest for approximately $1.2 billion in cash.

* CVS HEALTH

CVS.N

WALMART

WMT.N

and RITE AID

RAD.N

plan to provide COVID-19 vaccines to young children in the United States if authorized by authorities, the three companies announced Thursday.

* WWE WWE.N said Friday that it had opened an investigation into its chairman and CEO Vince McMahon following allegations of misconduct. His daughter Stephanie assumes interim leadership of the group.

* AIRLINES – The US Transportation Secretary has urged airline executives to ensure summer flight schedules are respected after a recent spate of cancellations, a source told Reuters.

*DOWN

DOWN

– Citigroup downgrades its recommendation to “neutral” from “buy.”

(Written by Juliette Portala and Valentine Baldassari)

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