Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket:

Tiffany (TIF) – Shares of the luxury goods retailer are under pressure after France’s LVMH said it would stick to a Nov. 24 deadline to complete the deal and that current circumstances would not allow that to happen. Tiffany said it would sue LVMH over the delay in completing the deal, accusing LVMH of being in breach of its obligations. LVMH originally agreed to buy Tiffany for $16 billion in November 2019.

HD Supply (HDS) – The industrial distributor reported quarterly profit of 83 cents per share, 10 cents a share above estimates. Revenue was in line with Wall Street forecasts. Facilities maintenance sales were better than expected, but construction and industrial sales fell below forecasts.

Navistar (NAV) – The truck maker reported a quarterly loss of 37 cents per share, wider than the 5 cents a share loss that Wall Street had predicted. Revenue came in below estimates as well. Navistar said its results reflect the impact of stay-at-home orders during the quarter.

Peloton (PTON) – Both Cowen and Goldman Sachs raised their price targets on the exercise equipment maker’s stock to a Street-high of $110 per share. The firms note strong demand during the pandemic and Tuesday’s announcement of new products and price cuts for Peloton’s existing bicycle.

AstraZeneca (AZN) – The drugmaker paused global trials of its Covid-19 vaccine candidate after a study participant came down with an unexplained illness. The trials will be on hold while an independent committee reviews safety data. The halt is benefiting shares of other vaccine developers like Novavax (NVAX), Moderna (MRNA), Inovio (INO) and BioNTech (BNTX).

Lululemon (LULU) – Lululemon reported quarterly profit of 74 cents per share, beating the consensus estimate of 66 cents a share. The athletic apparel maker’s revenue topped estimates as well. Lululemon’s digital sales rose 155% compared to a year earlier. The company predicted a profit decline of up to 20% this quarter, however, due to increased marketing expenses.

Slack Technologies (WORK) – Slack reported a breakeven quarter on an adjusted basis, compared to consensus forecasts of a 3 cents per share loss. The company behind the popular workplace messaging platform also saw revenue beat forecasts, as it added 8,000 net new paying customers, but its billing growth rate did slow during the quarter.

Lyft (LYFT) – Lyft reported a 7.3% increase in rides during August compared to a month earlier, although that was down 53% from a year earlier. The ride-sharing company also said rides in the week ending Sept. 6 was the highest since April.

Energizer (ENR) – Energizer was sued by rival Duracell for claiming that its Energizer MAX batteries last 50% longer than other alkaline batteries. Duracell is owned by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (BRKB).

Stitch Fix (SFIX) – The clothing styling service was rated “buy” in new coverage at Deutsche Bank, which calls Stitch Fix one of the biggest possible beneficiaries of lockdowns and accelerated store closures.

Northrop Grumman (NOC) – Northrop won a $13.3 billion contract from the Air Force to modernize the U.S. intercontinental ballistic missile system.

Under Armour (UAA) – Under Armour plans to lay off 600 workers as part of an ongoing restructuring, and will incur $235 million in charges as a result. The athletic apparel maker also raised its restructuring costs for 2020 by $75 million to a total of $550 million to %600 million.

Netflix (NFLX) – Netflix announced that Bela Bajaria has been put in charge of the streaming video company’s global original series production, and that Cindy Holland will depart. Holland had been with Netflix for almost 20 years and had been instrumental in forming the company’s original content strategy.

Casey’s General Stores (CASY) – The convenience store operator reported quarterly earnings of $3.24 per share, compared to a $2.13 consensus estimate, with revenue essentially in line with forecasts. Casey’s saw a bottom-line benefit from lower expenses and improved fuel profits, which offset lower customer traffic.

Vroom (VRM) – The online used-vehicle buying and selling platform announced a 9 million share common stock offering. Separately, Vroom was upgraded to “overweight” from “neutral” at JPMorgan Chase, which cited valuation and projected growth assumptions.

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