Apple, Coinbase, Carvana and Expedia rise premarket; Lyft falls

   2023-05-05 04:05

Apple, Coinbase, Carvana and Expedia rise premarket; Lyft falls
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  • Apple (NASDAQ:) stock rose 2.6% after the tech giant reported a in iPhone sales in the first quarter, helped by strong growth in India and other newer markets.

  • Warner Bros Discovery (NASDAQ:) stock fell 5.9% after the entertainment giant posted a large overall loss even as its important streaming business turned a profit in the first quarter.

  • PacWest Bancorp (NASDAQ:) stock rose 18.9% and Western Alliance (NYSE:) climbed 16.5% as investors sought bargains from these battered banking stocks, helped by Western Alliance releasing data showing that its deposits have ticked up since the end of March.

  • Coinbase (NASDAQ:) stock rose 8.2% after the cryptocurrency exchange a smaller-than-feared loss in the first quarter, benefiting from cost cuts and diversification of revenue sources.

  • Lyft (NASDAQ:) stock fell 15.6% after the ride-hailing company forecast a downbeat second quarter as price cuts in its attempt to add more riders take a toll on margins.

  • Carvana (NYSE:) stock soared 44% after the used-car retailer forecast a surprise core profit for the second quarter, offering some relief to investors amid solvency concerns.

  • HSBC (NYSE:) ADRs rose 1.4% with the U.K.-based bank expected to see off a proposal, backed by its biggest Asian shareholder Ping An (SS:), which calls for the lender to consider spinning off its Asia business.

  • Icahn Enterprises (NASDAQ:) stock rise 8.3% after the investment firm announced plans to distribute $2 per depositary unit for the first quarter ended March 31, days after a critical report by short-seller Hindenburg.

  • Coty (NYSE:) stock rose 0.4% after the beauty company announced it would explore a listing in Paris as it looks to strengthen its presence in Europe.

  • Expedia (NASDAQ:) stock rose 5.7% after the travel company first-quarter revenue expectations on record lodging bookings as demand returns.

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