Investing.com – Stocks focus on premarket trading on Friday:
• Foot Locker (NYSE 🙂 stock slumped 8.7% at 8:15 AM ET (12:15 GMT) after comparable sales failed to grow as much as analysts expected in the first quarter.
• Amazon.com (NASDAQ 🙂 stock was up 0.7% after analyst firm Piper Jaffray said the e-commerce giant could be worth $ 3,000 a share in two years Due to strong growth in cloud services and advertising.
• Facebook (NASDAQ 🙂 stock rose 0.4% after the social media said it removed 3.4 billion fake accounts in the last six months before they were able to become active users. The company estimates that 5% of its 2.4 billion monthly active users are accountable, up from an estimated 3% to 4% in the previous six-month report.
• Total System Services (NYSE 🙂 stock gained 6.4% after Bloomberg reported that the company is merger with Global Payments (NYSE:)
• Splunk (NASDAQ 🙂 stock dipped 1
• Constellation Brands (NYSE 🙂 stock fell 0.8% after it was downgraded to "equal-weight" from "overweight" at Morgan Stanley (NYSE 🙂 after a long bull run, due to a likely slowdown in growth and stagnation in margins
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