We have temporarily suspended direct customer service of the company due to falling international indices. The unstable situation in the international currency market and stock exchanges forces us to take measures to ensure the safety of our clients' funds. Transactions during the trading of stocks, currencies and commodities are opened and closed with huge losses. Unfortunately, at the moment we cannot provide you with leverage and comfortable trading conditions. Positions are extremely volatile now, so trading can cause a lot of financial damage to clients. In this regard we advise you to close all your trades and do not open new ones. Your funds remain in your personal account complete safe. You will be able to trade when the situation stabilizes.\nThis measure is forced and is aimed solely at saving the customers funds. We are waiting markets and the political situation in the region stabilizes. We apologize for our support team is currently extremely overwhelmed. We will try to respond as quickly as possible and provide all the necessary information for each request. Stay tuned for updated information. Thank you! Emergency support email - [email protected]
26 April 2022
Check out the companies hitting the news headlines in the premarket.
PepsiCo - Shares of the food and beverage giant fell in the premarket, though the company reported improved top-line and bottom-line performance in the latest quarter as consumers began paying more for some of the company's key brands.
General Electric - General Electric shares fell 3.5% despite beating estimates in the quarterly report. The company reiterated its previous full-year earnings guidance and said it sees challenges related to inflation and supply chain issues.
United Parcel Services - Shares of the shipping and logistics giant rose 1.7% after beating analysts' estimates on the top and bottom lines. UPS reported adjusted earnings per share of $3.05 on revenue of $24.38 billion, compared with analysts' expectations of $2.88 earnings per share on revenue of $23.79 billion.
3M - Shares of 3M were flat in the market after the company reported quarterly earnings that beat forecasts. The company reported revenue of $8.83 billion, compared with analysts' expectations of $8.74 billion.
D.R. Horton - Shares of the home-building company rose 2.8 percent in premarket trading after beating analysts' estimates in the previous quarter. D.R. Horton reported adjusted earnings of $4.03 per share on revenue of $8 billion. Analysts had expected adjusted earnings of $3.37 per share on revenue of $7.62 billion.
SeaWorld - Shares of the theme park and entertainment company rose 4.6 percent after Rosenblatt Securities initiated coverage of the stock with a "buy" outlook and said that despite pandemic headwinds, the company is doing well under the guidance of major investor Scott Ross.