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Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: Dick’s Sporting Goods (DKS) – The sporting goods retailer will furlough an unspecified number of workers starting April 12. It will pay workers until April 11, and provide health benefits throughout the furlough. A similar announcement comes this morning from Party City (PRTY),
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Square payment system Source: Square Check out the companies making headlines after the bell. Pinterest — Shares of the social media company soared 14% in extended trading after Pinterest released preliminary results ahead of its first-quarter earnings call in May. The company expects revenue ranging from $269 million to $272 million in the first quarter. It
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Source: Lauren Thomas, CNBC Check out the companies making headlines midday Tuesday: Kohl’s — Shares of the retailer surged more than 27% as investors cheered a decline in new coronavirus cases. Elsewhere in the retail sector, PVH jumped 25% while Nordstrom gained 21%. Gap and Ralph Lauren also traded higher, rising 16% and 12%, respectively.  Exxon —
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Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket: Slack Technologies (WORK) – The provider of the popular workplace messaging platform announced a $600 million debt offering due in 2025, convertible into cash, stock, or a combination of both depending on the holder’s preference. Zoom Video Communications (ZM) – Credit Suisse downgraded
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A restaurant in Washington Heights prepares for new restrictive measures to only offer take-out or delivery in an effort to combat coronavirus. Dan Mangan | CNBC Stocks and bonds had a relatively muted response to the March employment report, which was far worse than forecast but barely reflected the unprecedented collapse of the labor market
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Economists expect 4 million to 5 million or more workers filed for unemployment claims last week, but there are still millions of claims expected, and layoffs could easily double those in the financial crisis, economists said. There are two key employment reports Thursday and Friday. One is the government’s weekly report of unemployment benefit claims,
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