Tesla, Boeing, Aerojet, RealPage – Monday’s Premarket Movers

Stock futures fell Monday after a new strain of coronavirus imposed new travel restrictions and bans in the UK.

Here are some of the top movers during Monday’s premarket trading.

1. Tesla TSLA | 3.95% decrease

Tesla (TSLA) – Get the report After a record year for the clean energy automaker, which added more than half a trillion dollars to its market value, shares plunged into their S&P 500 debut on Monday.

Tesla’s shares fell 3.95% to $ 667.57 in premarket trading.

2. Aerojet Rocketdyne AJRD | Plus 27.14%

Shares in Aerojet Rocketdyne (AJRD) – Get the report climbed to Lockheed Martin on Monday (LMT) – Get the report agreed to acquire the defense industry supplier valued at $ 4.4 billion.

The transaction will add Aerojet’s propulsion systems for missiles, missiles and other space and defense applications to Lockheed’s existing arsenal of defense products.

3. RealPage RP | Plus 29.74%

RealPage shares (RP) – Get the report jumped Monday after the real estate management software provider agreed to be bought by private equity firm Thoma Bravo in a deal valued at approximately $ 10.2 billion including debt.

RealPage of Richardson, Texas offers a technology platform used by rental property owners and managers.

4. Nike OF | Plus 5.62%

Shares of Nike (OF) – Get the report rose on Monday after the company posted earnings beating analysts’ estimates in the second quarter, driven by rising online sales and 24% growth in China.

5. Boeing BA | 4.45% decrease

Boeing shares (BA) – Get the report Burglary Monday following a Senate report criticizing the aircraft manufacturer for coaching pilots during recertification testing of the grounded 737 MAX.

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