U.S. stock futures edged lower following another day of losses in China and Hong Kong. Here’s what we’re watching ahead of Thursday’s opening bell.
- Shares of network equipment maker Cisco Systems gained 1.3% after it announced plans to introduce new financial metrics and overhaul its reporting segments to showcase the growth of its software business.
- U.S.-listed shares of Ryanair Holdings gained 4.1% premarket after the Irish airline raised its five-year growth forecast to 225 million passengers by March 2026.
- Electronic Arts shares rose 1.8% premarket, recovering some of its loss from Wednesday after the video game company said it is delaying the release of “Battlefield 2042.”
- Wynn Resorts fell 2.6% premarket and Las Vegas Sands declined 2.3% as casino shares continued to face pressure. The government in Macau, the world’s biggest gambling hub, set expectations for the future of the industry.
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- Uranium prices are rising, enriching a handful of hedge funds that have been betting a market laid low by a nuclear disaster a decade ago would rebound.
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