Prism Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: AMC, GameStop, Boeing, Dell and more

AMC Entertainment and GameStop stocks slide: Stocks of AMC and GameStop have experienced a dip in early morning trading as the hype surrounding meme-stocks starts to deflate, reignited earlier by a social media return from ‘Roaring Kitty’. AMC shares dropped more than 7% as the company announced its intention to issue over 23 million shares valued at an aggregate principal of $163,850,000 composed of its 10%/12% Cash/PIK Toggle Second Lien Subordinated Notes due 2026. GameStop saw a 6% decline in their shares.

Boeing shares fall: Boeing’s stocks slipped 1.1% following the Justice Department’s disclosure that Boeing had violated a 2021 settlement made in relation to the two fatal 737 Max crashes, leaving the company open to potential U.S. prosecution.

Nio shares rise: Nio, the Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer, saw their shares increase by 3.3% after JPMorgan upgraded the manufacturer from underweight to neutral. With a significant rise in stocks in the past month, Nio is poised to benefit from Chinese government stimulus policy and a new battery as a service (BaaS) strategy, which could further fuel sales.

Dell stocks gain: Dell experienced a 2% increase in their stocks following Morgan Stanley’s decision to increase its price target on the stock. The bank believes that Dell is on an upward trajectory in dealing with enterprise clients, including demands for AI servers.

SunPower stocks decline: SunPower experienced a 22.3% decline, following a 59% surge in the previous session. The surge came after the White House announced higher tariffs on select Chinese solar products. Wolfe Research however, downgraded the stock from peer perform to underperform mid-week, identifying SunPower as a leading example of the meme stock resurgence among clean technology stocks.

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