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U.S. STOCKS ON THE MOVE-Tesla, Aphria, Quantum Corp


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Wall Street was set to open slightly higher on Friday, extending a two-day rally amid volatile trading and raising hopes that the recent selloff may have eased for now.

The top three NYSE percentage gainers premarket:

** Quantum Corp, up 46.7 pct

** Aphria Inc, up 12.2 pct

** Sibanye Gold Ltd, up 9.9 pct

The top three NYSE percentage losers premarket:

** Amira Nature Foods Ltd, down 7.8 pct

** Weatherford International Plc, down 6.3 pct

** China Petroleum & Chemical Corp, down 5.4 pct

The top three Nasdaq percentage gainers premarket:

** Community Health Systems Inc, up 66.7 pct

** IntriCon Corp, up 41.7 pct

** Ability Inc, up 35.6 pct

The top three Nasdaq percentage losers premarket:

** Catabasis Pharmaceuticals Inc, down 90 pct

** MoSys Inc, down 20.2 pct

** ReShape Lifesciences Inc, down 17.4 pct

** Tesla Inc: up 3.8 pct premarket

Tesla names Larry Ellison, Kathleen Wilson-Thompson to board

Gains as co names two independent directors

** Aphria Inc: up 12.2 pct premarket

Aphria says Green Growth's proposed hostile bid undervalues company

Jumps on Green Growth's bid plan, but trades below offer price

** Ability Inc: up 35.6 pct premarket

Surges as founders repay loan in exchange for equity

** OPKO Health Inc: up 15.0 pct premarket

Jumps on settling SEC's charges

** Wingstop Inc: up 1.9 pct premarket

Gains as Wedbush upgrades to "outperform"

** Quantum Corp: up 46.7 pct premarket

Quantum Corp surges on $210 mln credit facility

** First Republic Bank: up 4.3 pct premarket

Rises as company set to join S&P 500

** VMware: up 0.3 pct premarket

Edges higher ahead of Dell's trading debut

The views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc.


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