Procter & Gamble, Netflix, Robinhood, and Occidental: What to watch when the stock market opens today

stock futures contracts head up Before another wave of profits. This is what we see before the start of the regular Tuesday session.

Procter & Gamble plant in Tabler Station, W.Va.., May 28, 2021.


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Timothy Apple/Reuters

  • Robinhood Markets

    It rose 1.6% ahead of the market. The Securities and Exchange Commission said Monday that this year’s trading frenzy in

    Jim Stop

    Should lead regulators to consider whether ‘Game-like’ mediation apps They encourage people to trade too much.

  • Occidental Petroleum

    rose 1.9% after

    Financial truth

    It raised the target price for the oil producer’s shares.

  • Tilladock Health

    It rose 2.1% after Wells Fargo recommended investors buy shares of the virtual healthcare company.

  • e-commerce company

    Carvana

    It rose 3.8% in thin trading. Analysts at Wedbush raised their target price for the stock last week.

  • Johnson & Johnson

    Pre-market shares rose 0.7%. The drug company reported higher profits in the third quarter, buoyed by higher sales in the pharmaceuticals, medical devices and consumer health divisions.

  • Netflix

    And

    United Airlines

    He is due to report after closing.

Today’s planner
  • The Chinese economy has been taking it on all sides: blackouts, real estate debt failures, crowded shipping lanes, and a little further away, a brief but damaging delta variant outbreak. Given how modest the countercyclical support has been so far, the next quarter is almost certain to be worse, he writes I heard in columnist Nathaniel Taplin.

Write to Joe Wallace at joe.wallace@wsj.com

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