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Wall Street's three major U.S. indexes were set to open lower on Tuesday after rallying for four straight weeks, as fears of a global economic slowdown resurfaced after the International Monetary Fund trimmed its growth outlook in a week of heavy corporate earnings.

At 8:50 ET, Dow e-minis were down 0.61 percent at 24,536. S&P 500 e-minis were down 0.67 percent at 2,653.5, while Nasdaq 100 e-minis were down 0.78 percent at 6,739.5.

The top three NYSE percentage gainers premarket:

** Civeo Corp, up 13.3 pct

** Invacare Corp, up 12.0 pct

** GTT Communications Inc, up 9.0 pct

The top three NYSE percentage losers premarket:

** Arconic Inc, down 25.7 pct

** Seadrill Partners LLC, down 14.7 pct

** Stanley Black & Decker Inc, down 8.7 pct

The top three Nasdaq percentage gainers premarket:

** Staffing 360 Solutions Inc, up 54.4 pct

** Neovasc Inc, up 33.0 pct

** Tracon Pharmaceuticals Inc, up 24.0 pct

The top three Nasdaq percentage losers premarket:

** TransGlobe Energy Corp, down 23.8 pct

** PetMed Express Inc, down 16.2 pct

** Internet Gold Golden Lined Ltd, down 11.4 pct

** EBay Inc: up 10.8 pct premarket

EBay: Jumps as Elliott sees potential for stock to double in value

Elliott urges eBay to restructure business to double market value

** Arconic Inc: down 25.7 pct premarket

Arconic Inc: Board no longer looking at selling co, shares fall

Arconic says no longer pursuing potential sale; shares tank

** Travelers Companies Inc: up 0.7 pct premarket

Insurer Travelers fourth-quarter profit beats estimates

** Johnson & Johnson: down 2.0 pct premarket

Johnson & Johnson: Down as revenue forecast misses Wall St. expectations

Johnson & Johnson 2019 revenue forecast misses expectations

** Altria Group: down 2.5 pct premarket

Altria Group: MS downgrades company on slower growth outlook

** Halliburton Co: down 2.5 pct premarket

Halliburton profit beats on international demand, N. America lags

Halliburton: Falls after flat Q4 revenue

** Insys Therapeutics: up 5.7 pct premarket

Insys Therapeutics: Cantor starts with 'outperform' ahead of pivotal year

** U.S. Steel Corp: down 3.1 pct premarket

Jefferies downgrades U.S. Steel, says earnings could disappoint

** Alibaba Group Holding Ltd: down 1.7 pct premarket

Baidu Inc: down 2.1 pct premarket

JD.com Inc: down 1.8 pct premarket

Huya Inc: down 2.0 pct premarket

Weibo: down 3.6 pct premarket

iQiyi: down 1.7 pct premarket

Boeing Co: down 1.0 pct premarket

Caterpillar Inc: down 1.2 pct premarket

Advanced Micro Devices Inc: down 1.4 pct premarket

Micron Technology Inc: down 1.4 pct premarket

China's economic worries weigh on chipmakers, Chinese shares

** Mediwound Ltd: up 18.3 pct premarket

Mediwound Ltd: Surges on positive results for thermal burn treatment

** Neovasc Inc: up 33.0 pct premarket

Neovasc Inc: Surges on settling Edward Lifesciences patent case

** Sorrento Therapeutics Inc: up 7.0 pct premarket

Sorrento: Jumps on promising early-stage data of non-opioid pain treatment

** Tesla Inc: up 0.9 pct premarket

Tesla: Concerned on level of demand for Model 3 in 2019

** PVH Corp: down 0.8 pct premarket

PVH: Cowen downgrades to 'market perform' on margin concerns

** CRISPR Therapeutics: down 8.2 pct premarket

CRISPR Therapeutics: Drops after entering agreement to develop gene editing tools

** Gap Inc: down 4.4 pct premarket

Gap drops on GS downgrade, Under Armour rises on upgrade

** TG Therapeutics: up 10 pct premarket

TG Therapeutics: Jumps as lymphoma drug gets FDA's breakthrough therapy label

** PetMed Express: down 15.4 pct premarket

PetMed: Slides to 22-mth low as discounts lead to Q3 miss

** Staffing 360 Solutions Inc: up 50 pct premarket

Staffing 360 Solutions Inc: Jumps 50 pct on renewing British American Tobacco contract


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