Gainers

  • Fuwei Films (Holdings) Co., LtdFFHL 5.11% rose 27.2 percent to $2.95 in pre-market trading after the company reported a year-over-year increase in Q2 EPS and sales.
  • 22nd Century Group, Inc.XXII shares rose 12.5 percent to $2.70 in pre-market trading after declining 2.04 percent on Thursday.
  • Arotech Corporation ARTXrose 10.3 percent to $3.75 in pre-market trading.
  • Autodesk, Inc.ADSK rose 8.6 percent to $148.02 in pre-market trading following a Q2 earnings beat.
  • Splunk Inc.SPLK rose 7.7 percent to $116.00 in pre-market trading following strong Q2 earnings.The company also issued strong Q3 guidance and raised 2018 sales guidance.
  • Seven Stars Cloud Group, Inc.SSC rose 7.2 percent to $4.18 in pre-market trading after surging 14.37 percent on Thursday.
  • Maxar Technologies Ltd.MAXR rose 7.1 percent to $36.58 after dropping 4.93 percent on Thursday.
  • Qudian Inc.QD shares rose 6.3 percent to $7.31 in pre-market after the company reported Q2 results.
  • Opera Limited OPRAshares rose 5.9 percent to $13.30 in pre-market trading after the company reported Q2 results.
  • Medpace Holdings, Inc.MEDP rose 5.9 percent to $58.28 in pre-market trading after dropping 2.32 percent on Thursday.
  • Spectra Energy Partners, LPSEP rose 5.7 percent to $40 in pre-market trading.Enbridge Inc (USA) ENB reported a deal to buy all Spectra Energy Partners shares in a $3.3 billion deal.
  • Puxin Limited NEWrose 5.3 percent to $15.26 in pre-market trading after falling 8.81 percent on Thursday.
  • The Medicines Company MDCOshares rose 5.2 percent to $41 in pre-market trading.
  • Vedanta Limited VEDLrose 4.8 percent to $12.60 in pre-market trading after declining 3.14 percent on Thursday.
  • China Southern Airlines Company Limited ZNHrose 4.5 percent to $34.50 in pre-market trading after falling 2.28 percent on Thursday.
  • Buckle IncBKE shares rose 4.3 percent to $29.00 in pre-market trading after the company reported better-than-expected results for its second quarter.
  • Geron Corporation GERNshares rose 4.2 percent to $4.20 in pre-market trading after dropping 3.36 percent on Thursday.
  • Kala Pharmaceuticals, Inc.KALA rose 4 percent to $13 in pre-market trading after declining 7.20 percent on Thursday.

 

Losers

  • Hibbett Sports, Inc.HIBB fell 20.1 percent to $23.50 in pre-market trading after the company reported downbeat results for its second quarter and lowered its FY19 forecast.
  • Grupo Supervielle S.A.SUPV fell 10 percent to $8.20 in pre-market trading after reporting Q2 results.
  • Advaxis, Inc.ADXS shares fell 7.5 percent to $1.36 in pre-market after disclosing $250M mixed securities shelf offering.
  • The Gap, Inc.GPS shares fell 6.9 percent to $30.21 in pre-market trading. Gap reported better-than-expected results for its second quarter, while same-store sales for its brand Gap missed expectations.
  • Obalon Therapeutics, Inc. OBLNshares fell 6.8 percent to $2.48 in pre-market trading after gaining 52.00 percent on Thursday.
  • Ross Stores, Inc.ROST shares fell 5.3 percent to $90.06 in pre-market trading. Ross Stores reported upbeat results for its second quarter, but issued weak guidance for the third quarter.
  • VMware, Inc.VMW shares fell 3.6 percent to $149.16 in pre-market trading. VMware reported upbeat results for its second quarter on Thursday.
  • Daktronics, Inc.DAKT fell 3.6 percent to $7.21 in pre-market trading after dropping 3.61 percent on Thursday.
  • Merck & Co., Inc.MRK fell 3.6 percent to $66.50 in pre-market trading.
  • Acacia Communications, Inc.ACIA fell 3 percent to $40.11 in pre-market trading after climbing 8.16 percent on Thursday.
  • HP Inc.HPQ fell 2.7 percent to $23.98 in the pre-market trading session. HP reported better-than-expected earnings for its third quarter and raised its full-year profit forecast.
  • Intuit Inc. INTUshares fell 2.4 percent to $207.45 in pre-market trading. Intuit reported stronger-than-expected earnings for its fourth quarter, but issued downbeat forecast for the first quarter. The company also disclosed that its CEO Brad Smith will step down effective January 1.