A trader walks in front of the New York Stock Exchange on May 26, 2020 at Wall Street in New York City.
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7:46 am: Cowen raises price target on Peloton to Street high
Shares of Peloton jumped more than 2% during Tuesday’s premarket trading after Cowen raised its target on the stock to a Street high of $70, which is roughly 32% above where shares closed on Monday. The firm, which has an outperform rating on the stock, previously had a $54 target. “PTON remains uniquely well positioned via its vertically integrated model comprising … the pandemic has created a virtuous cycle driving both increased hardware demand as well as a surge in engagement and lower monthly churn levels (0.46% in F3Q),” analyst John Blackledge wrote in a note to clients. Shares of the exercise equipment maker have gained 86% this year. – Stevens
7:43 am: Apple set to hit fresh record high after WWDC
Apple shares rose more than 1% in the premarket following a slew of announcements from the tech giant at its annual WorldWide Developers Conference. The tech giant revealed iOS 14, a new operating system for its flagship iPhones and MacOS Big Sur, a new OS for its computers. Apple also said it will start using its own chips for its Mac computers, ditching Intel. Apple’s premarket gains put the stock on track to hit an all-time high at the open. — Imbert
7:20 am: Stocks set to jump, Dow to gain more than 200 points
U.S. stock index futures pointed to sharp gains at the open following comments from the White House that the U.S.-China trade deal remains in place. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was set to jump 268 points at the open for a gain of 1%. Futures on the S&P 500 were up 0.9%, while Nasdaq-100 futures gained 0.7%.
Earlier Dow futures had plunged about 400 points after White House trade adviser Peter Navarro said that the deal was “over.” However, futures rebounded after he clarified his comments, saying that they were taken “wildly out of context.” President Donald Trump also weighed in on Twitter, saying the deal is “fully intact.”
Stocks rose during Monday’s session as the market looked toward the economy’s reopening, although a rising number of Covid-19 cases in the U.S. and abroad capped the upside. The Nasdaq was the relative outperformer, and the tech-heavy index closed at a new record high. – Stevens
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