Among the companies whose shares are moving in pre-market trading Monday are: AuRico Gold, Tata Motors, Cooper Companies, Seadrill, First Solar, salesforce.com, Schlumberger and Yum! Brands.
AuRico Gold Inc (AUQ) stock surged 3.87 percent to $8.05 in the pre-market session. The Canada-based gold producer's shares gained as the precious metal prices surged to a three-week high on speculation that fresh monetary stimulus triggered disappointing US jobs data.
Tata Motors Ltd (TTM) stock advanced 2.73 percent to $20.66 in the pre-market session. The stock has a 52-week low of $14.33, a 52-week high of $30.63 and $63.82 billion in market capitalization.
Cooper Companies Inc (COO) stock plunged 3.21 percent to $80.21 in the pre-market session. The company announced that it has made a voluntary tender offer to acquire all the issued and outstanding shares and warrants of Origio a/s for NOK 28 per share.
Seadrill Ltd (SDRL) stock declined 2.92 percent to $31.26 in the pre-market session. The company announced that it was in advanced discussions regarding a new five-year contract for the drillship West Polaris, Reuters reported.
First Solar, Inc (FSLR) stock fell 2.29 percent to $11.50 in pre-market trade. The stock has a 52-week low of $11.54, a 52-week high of $142.22 and $1.02 billion in market capitalization.
salesforce.com, Inc (CRM) stock declined 2.14 percent to $128.19 in pre-market session. The company announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Buddy Media, for approximately $689 million payable in cash and CRM equity.
Schlumberger Ltd (SLB) stock declined 2.03 percent to $60.81 in the pre-market session. The stock has a 52-week low of $54.79, a 52-week high of $95.53 and $82.77 billion in market capitalization.
Yum! Brands Inc (YUM) stock fell 1.3 percent to $63.86 in pre-market trade. The company stock slumped more than 8 percent on Friday after China reported that its manufacturing activity grew at a slower pace in May compared to the previous month. The company got nearly 44 percent of its revenue from stores in China last year.