The companies whose shares are moving in pre-market trade on Tuesday are: KeyCorp, Baker Hughes, Marathon Oil, Peabody Energy, Travelers Companies, Halliburton, Carnival, Tellabs and Harley-Davidson.

KeyCorp (NYSE:KEY) shares surged 5.23 percent to $9.06 in pre-market trading session, after it swung to fourth quarter net profit of $279 million from a loss of $265 million in the same quarter last year.

Baker Hughes Inc. (NYSE:BH) shares advanced 4.36 percent to $61.05 in pre-market trading session. Its fourth quarter net income rose to $335 million compared to $84 million in the same period a year-ago.
Marathon Oil Corp. (NYSE:MRO) shares advanced 2.11 percent to $43.04 in pre-market trading session.

Peabody Energy Corp. (NYSE:BTU) shares gained 2.04 percent to $60.50 in pre-market trading session. FBR Capital Markets Reiterates BTU at ‘outperform’ with $77 Price Target. The company is expected to report fourth quarter net income of $0.71 per share compared to $0.43 in the same quarter last year.

Travelers Companies Inc. (NYSE:TRV) shares advanced 2.10 percent to $56.79 in pre-market trading session. The company posted a sharp decline in quarterly profit but above the analysts’ estimates and also said it was increasingly optimistic its business would improve this year.

Halliburton Co. (NYSE:HAL) shares gained 1.77 percent to $40.25 in pre-market trading session.

Carnival Corp. (NYSE:CCL) shares declined 2.27 percent to $45.16 in pre-market trading session. The stock has a 52 week low of $29.68 and 52 week high of $48.14 and has 790.00M million outstanding shares.

Tellabs Inc. (NASDAQ:TLAB) shares plunged 17.90 percent to $5.78 in pre-market trading session as the company swung to a fourth quarter loss of $10.9 million or 3 cents a share, compared with a profit of $62.1 million, or 16 cents a share in the same period a year ago.

Harley-Davidson Inc. (NYSE:HOG) shares declined 2.71 percent to $35.50 in pre-market trading session. Its fourth-quarter loss narrowed to $46.8 million or 20 cents a share compares with a loss of $218.7 million or 94 cents, a year earlier.