Shares that are the focus of premarket trading today:
- JD.com jumped more than 7.7 today before the start of the session, after the China-based online company reported a 23% jump in its quarterly revenue due to higher sales.
- Advance Auto Parts fell 6.6% after falling below analysts' expectations, with annual sales numbers worsening the outlook for the future.
- Verizon Communications up 0.2% after reports that it will sell its Tumblr blogging site for an unspecified price to the WordPress.com owner - Automatic
- United Parcel Service Inc has been in the spotlight since appointing PepsiCo Vice President Brian Newman to CFO, taking up the post on September 16.
- McDonald's Corporation is 0.2% green after being acquired by MKM Partners. Analysts think the strong performance of the restaurant company is just beginning.
Exxon Mobil Corp reported a 0.2% loss after Reuters reported that it was considering selling some or all of its assets in the UK North Sea worth about $ 2 billion.
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