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Stocks take a big part in the pre-market; Tesla, American tower, Tyson Foods, and lots more

Grab a drink and let's show you a list of the biggest moves in the premarket


ROYAL DUTCH SHELL [RDSa, RDSb] 


An announcement from activist investor third point to split up the energy gained into various individual companies and upgrade shareholders value makes it clear that,
"The royal dutch shell plans to scrap its dual share structure. As well as dropping the "ROYAL DUTCH" part of its corporate name. 

However, class A shares gained 1.5% in the premarket action. While class B shares rose 1.1%.

TYSON FOODS [TSN]


Earning 27 cents (a share) above estimates. The beef and poultry producers of Tyson foods earned a total of $2.30 per share for its fiscal fourth quarter. 
Also, Tyson's revenue increased on Wall Street's forecast. In Fact, Tyson has announced a new producing program which they say would produce 1 billion dollars by the end of 2024


AMERICAN TOWER [AT]



OVER A TIME NOW CARE SITE IS SEEN TO HAVE RISEN 2.6% in premarket action. Which has made the communication infrastructure real estate investment trust, to buy data center REIT core-site realty.

BOEING [BA]


THE SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF Boeing Ihosane Mounir announced THE JET MAKER is to resume deliveries of its 787 Dreamliner
Just after suspension to deal with a very troubling issue [production]. In addition, Mounir said that the exact timing depends on the outcome of the outgoing talks with regulators. 
All these have increased the stocks 2.7% in the premarket 

TESLA [TSLA]


The popular tesla company slid 2.7% in premarket trading. However, the company recorded a fantastic 11-week running streak…after coming back from a weekly loss.
The company CEO, Elon Musk is reported to have sold nearly $7 billion in stock last week.

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