US markets closed in the red on Thursday as bank stocks fell and investor concerns dragged down ahead of the Friday’s jobs report. Market participants remained concerned that an adverse jobs report could lead to more aggressive rate hikes federal Reserve in the coming months, Meanwhile, the following are five stocks that are garnering investor attention:
1. Tesla Inc TSLAShares of the company closed down 4.99% on Thursday. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Wednesday it is launching a preliminary investigation of 120,000 Tesla model y vehicle after two reports Falling off the steering wheel while driving, Meanwhile, days after announcing the facility, the company has begun hiring for its planned factory in Mexico. informed of Bloomberg.
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2. SVB Financial Group SIVBShares of the company closed 60.41% lower on Thursday and declined 25.04% in extended trade after announcing the completion of the sale of securities worth $21 billion. Post-tax loss of $1.8 billion in the first quarter of 2023 and announced plans to raise more than $2 billion to cover losses from bond sales. rating agency moody’s According to a Reuters report, the bank downgraded its long-term local currency bank deposits.
3. Ocean Biomedical Inc oceaShares of the company closed up 125.16% on Thursday. co founder Jack Elias presented details from previously published discoveries, highlighting work on understanding the development and progression of lung cancer. The company noted that the findings Several cancer pathways have potential.
4. DocuSign Inc DocumentShares of the company closed down 1.9% on Thursday and declined further by 8.06% in extended trading. The company reported fourth quarter revenue of $659.58 million, which beat estimates of $632.15 million. CFO also announced Cynthia Geller intends to step down from her role in the coming months.
5. Oracle Corporation orclShares of the company closed down 1.83% on Thursday and declined further by 4.05% in extended trade. Company’s third-quarter revenue rose 21% year-over-year to $12.4 billion, narrowly missing market averages An estimate of $12.42 billion according to Benzinga Pro.
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