Market Insider | Biggest Moves Premarket: Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket: Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Tesla, Target & more
UnitedHealth Group – The health insurer beat estimates by 9 cents with adjusted quarterly profit of $3.72 per share, with revenue also above estimates on strength across all its businesses. The company also maintained its prior full year outlook, although it said it would continue to evaluate the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Goldman Sachs – The investment bank reported quarterly earnings of $3.11 per share, missing the consensus estimate of $3.35, although revenue exceeded analyst projections. Goldman increased its reserve for credit losses to $937 million compared to $224 million a year ago.
Bank of America – Bank of America earned 40 cents per share for the first quarter, 6 cents below estimates, with revenue in line with Wall Street forecasts. Overall profit was down by nearly half compared to a year ago, with $3.7 billion being added to loan loss reserves. The bank
United Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest, JetBlue – These and other airline stocks are on watch, after the industry and the Trump administration struck an agreement in principle on financial aid.
Tesla - Tesla was rated "buy" in new coverage
Procter & Gamble – P&G raised its quarterly dividend by 6% and moved up its quarterly earnings report date to Friday. The consumer products giant has seen a surge in demand for household staples amid the
J.B. Hunt Transport – J.B. Hunt fell a penny short of estimates with quarterly earnings of 98 cents per share, although the trucking company's revenue topped Wall Street forecasts. The company said virus-related disruptions began to appear in March and escalated through the end of the quarter.
Target – Target was upgraded to "outperform" from "perform" at BMO Capital, which predicts the retailer will emerge from the pandemic in an even stronger position relative to its peers.
General Mills, Campbell Soup – Both stocks were upgraded to "overweight" from "neutral" at Piper Sandler. The firm points to surveys that suggest consumers will continue to eat more food at
Canada Goose – D.A. Davidson upgraded the outerwear maker to "buy" from "neutral", saying weakness in the wholesale chain is built into the stock's price and that inventory issues would dissipate as the Covid-19 pandemic resolves.