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Tesla, T-Mobile, Ra Medical Systems: What to Watch When the Stock Market Opens Today

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Here’s what we are watching as markets kick into gear Tuesday.

U. S. stock futures edged down Tuesday, signaling that major benchmarks will pare back gains a day after they closed at record highs.

Futures tied to Dow Jones Industrial Average ticked down 0.4%. The index of blue-chip companies on Monday rose to an all-time high and closed just short of the 30000-point milestone level. Contracts linked to the S&P 500 also slid 0.4%. Read our full market wrap here.

—What’s coming up. U.S. retail sales figures for October, due at 8:30 a.m. ET, are expected to show a sixth straight monthly increase, buoyed by steady job creation and early holiday promotions.

Market Movers to Watch

Amazon launched a rival online pharmacy that provides discounts and free two-day delivery for Prime members.

Amazon launched a rival online pharmacy that provides discounts and free two-day delivery for Prime members.

Photo: Sarah Blesener/Bloomberg News

—Tesla shares jumped more than 12% premarket after S&P Dow Jones Indices said it would add the electric car maker to the S&P 500 index.
T-Mobile
US shares rose 3.8% to $134.
Wells Fargo
yesterday set a $150 price target for the stock.

—Shares of
Walgreens Boots Alliance
fell 9.3% and CVS fell 7.1% after
Amazon
launched an online pharmacy service.


Home Depot
shares dropped 2% after it delivered its third-quarter earnings report.


Ra Medical Systems
fell more than 20% following news the company’s board approved a 1-for-25 reverse stock split.

—T-Mobile US shares rose 3.8% to $134. Wells Fargo yesterday set a $150 price target for the stock.

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