Tesla, Cal-Maine, Southwest and others

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Tesla (TSLA) – Tesla rallied 4.4% in the premarket after posting its first gain in eight sessions on Wednesday, softening the blow for its stock in what has yet to be a rough year for Tesla shares.

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Quarter-mine foods (CALM) – Cal-Mine fell 4.9% in premarket trading after its quarterly revenue came in below Wall Street estimates. Cal-Maine reported record sales in the quarter as the bird flu outbreak continued to limit the supply of eggs, pushing prices up sharply. The company also said that as of Wednesday, there were no positive tests for bird flu at any of its manufacturing facilities.

Southwest Airlines (LUV) – Southwest Airlines is under surveillance struggling to recover Thousands of flights have been canceled over the past week from the problems. Shares are marginally higher this morning after falling 11% over the past two days.

Lockheed Martin (LMT) – Lockheed Martin’s Sikorsky division challenges US military helicopter contract award Dextran (TXT). Sikorsky President Paul Lemmo said the various proposals for the $1.3 billion contract were not properly evaluated.

Immunogen (IMGN) — Immunogen fell 2.7% in the premarket after the biotech company announced that Chief Financial Officer Susan Altshuller will not return from her family and medical leave legal hiatus. Renee Lentini, vice president and chief accounting officer, was named interim CFO.

General Electric (GE) – GE spin-off GE Healthcare Technologies will join the S&P 500 on Jan. 4 when it begins trading as a separate public company. GE HealthCare will be replaced. Vornado Realty Trust (VNO), which will move to the S&P MidCap 400. Vornado Logistics will replace the company RXO (RXO), which moves to the S&P SmallCap 600. GE HealthCare – trading on an as-is basis – rose 1% in the premarket, while Vornado was slightly lower and RXO rose 3.3%.

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Apple (AAPL) – Apple rose 1% in premarket trading after closing at a 1-1/2-year low on Wednesday. Apple is down 29% in 2022.

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