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Pre-market Movers: KZR, STRO, TCOM, CRNT, TBLA…

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The following are some of the stocks making big moves in Tuesday's pre-market trading (as of 06.50 A.M. ET).

In the Green

Kezar Life Sciences, Inc. (KZR) is up over 73% at $10.04
Sutro Biopharma, Inc. (STRO) is up over 30% at $5.65
Trip.com Group Limited (TCOM) is up over 17% at $28.76
Ceragon Networks Ltd. (CRNT) is up over 17% at $2.46
Huazhu Group Limited (HTHT) is up over 11% at $39.90
Paysafe Limited (PSFE) is up over 7% at $2.44
Wynn Resorts, Limited (WYNN) is up over 6% at $61.20
Las Vegas Sands Corp. (LVS) is up over 6% at $35.39
Genius Group Limited (GNS) is up over 5% at $6.87
CEL-SCI Corporation (CVM) is up over 5% at $4.80
TETRA Technologies, Inc. (TTI) is up over 5% at $4.61

In the Red

Taboola.com Ltd. (TBLA) is down over 12% at $2.35
Decisionpoint Systems, Inc. (DPSI) is down over 10% at $3.99
Semler Scientific, Inc. (SMLR) is down over 9% at $27.80
Fujian Blue Hat Interactive Entertainment Technology Ltd. (BHAT) is down over 7% at $2.30
FGI Industries Ltd. (FGI) is down over 7% at $2.27
ToughBuilt Industries, Inc. (TBLT) is down over 6% at $2.76
Valneva SE (VALN) is down over 5% at $25.85

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