Pre-market Movers: ASPN, SCWO, HYPR, DNAY, XCUR…

us pre market 053119 30jun22 lt

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

In the Green

Aspen Aerogels, Inc. (ASPN) is up over 52% at $12.84
374Water, Inc. (SCWO) is up over 28% at $3.61
Codex DNA, Inc. (DNAY) is up over 18% at $2.28
Kalera Public Limited Company Ordinary Shares (KAL) is up over 16% at $10.09
Grove Collaborative Holdings, Inc. (GROV) is up over 8% at $6.62
W&T Offshore, Inc. (WTI) is up over 7% at $4.93
MillerKnoll, Inc. (MLKN) is up over 5% at $29.48

In the Red

Hyperfine, Inc. (HYPR) is down over 28% at $1.93
Exicure, Inc. (XCUR) is down over 17% at $2.28
Borr Drilling Limited (BORR) is down over 13% at $4.68
MicroStrategy Incorporated (MSTR)is down over 9% at $162.54
Rain Therapeutics Inc. (RAIN) is down over 8% at $4.53
RH (RH) is down over 6% at $220.99
Wayfair Inc. (W) is down over 6% at $45.11
SAP SE (SAP) is down over 5% at $88.45
Earthstone Energy, Inc. (ESTE) is down over 5% at $14.06

For comments and feedback contact: editorial@rttnews.com

Business News

Editors Pick
Japanese entrepreneur Yusaku Maezawa has selected ten crewmembers, comprising artists, content creators, and athletes, to fly with him on SpaceX's Starship around the Moon on the dearMoon mission. SpaceX's first private lunar flight with dearMoon crew, including two backups, is planned to take place in 2023. Maezawa announced the crew for the mission in a YouTube video and a tweet. SpaceX, owned by Elon Musk, has launched 40 satellites of British communications network OneWeb into orbit. From NASA's Kennedy Space Center or KSC in Florida, Falcon 9 rocket on Thursday evening carried the satellites. The Falcon 9's first stage separated, and it then returned to Earth to make a landing on a SpaceX pad at the nearby Cape Canaveral Space Force Station. Google, owned by Alphabet Inc., plans to merge its teams working on Maps products and the mapping service Waze with effect from December 9, reports said. The decision to consolidate processes comes as the search giant is facing pressure to streamline operations and cut costs. The restructuring is expected to reduce overlapping work across the Waze and Maps products.
Follow RTT