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The Most Volatile Socks Premarket

View the companies making news before Friday’s bell.

the Palo Alto Networks In Friday’s premarket trade, shares of the cybersecurity firm dipped 1.8%. Friday afternoon is when Palo Alto Networks’ fiscal fourth quarter results are anticipated to be released. FactSet’s StreetAccount surveyed analysts who projected revenue of $1.96 billion and earnings per share of $1.29.

The Ross Stores A day following Ross Stores’ postmarket results release, shares increased by almost 5%. According to Refinitiv, the discount retailer’s earnings per share for the second quarter came in at $1.32, exceeding the average forecast of $1.16. Compared to the $4.75 billion predicted, its revenue came in at $4.93 billion.

Nio, PDD, JD.com, Alibaba — In premarket trade on Friday, shares of several Chinese businesses fell, including those of electric vehicle producer Nio and e-commerce behemoths JD.com and Alibaba. JD.com and Nio both fell by 4.8% and more than 5%, while Alibaba fell by 2.3% and PDD by roughly 3.5%. Investors are considering the changes as they consider how China’s real estate issues may affect the nation’s economic activities.

XPeng — After the Chinese electric car manufacturer reported earnings data on Friday that revealed a larger-than-anticipated loss in the second quarter, shares of the firm were trading at a 7% loss. The company’s reported net loss, which was smaller than the predicted loss of 2.13 billion yuan, was 2.8 billion yuan. However, XPeng’s revenue of 5.06 billion Chinese yuan ($693.7 million) met forecasts. However, its income fell 31% from the previous year.

Source (CNBC)

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