Pre Market

1. Car trouble in Japan: Shares in Suzuki, Yamaha and Mazda took a hit on Thursday after Japanese regulators said the automakers had admitted to improper handling of fuel economy and emissions tests. Suzuki stock dropped 6%. Yamaha (YAMCY) and

1. Earnings roll on: Newell Brands (NWL), SeaWorld Entertainment (SEAS), Sotheby’s (BID) and Tyson Foods (TSN) will release earnings before the open. Hertz Global(HTZ), Marriott (MAR), Weight Watchers (WTW) and Zillow (ZG) will follow after the close. HSBC(HSBC) reported a

1. Tesla rally: Shares in Tesla (TSLA) are surging 8% premarket as investors express relief that the company’s big quarterly loss wasn’t as bad as expected. Tesla reported its largest quarterly loss in its history on Wednesday and burned through

1. Apple earnings: Apple is reporting results after the closing bell. Analysts expect that 42 million iPhones were sold during the fiscal third quarter, down from 52.2 million in the prior quarter. Many potential buyers appear to be waiting for

1. Watching CBS: Investors are watching CBS (CBS) stock on Monday as the company’s board of directors meet to discuss allegations of sexual harassment against CEO Les Moonves. The board plans to form a special committee that will oversee an

1. Great expectations: The US government releases its first look at second quarter GDP at 8:30 a.m. ET, and it could be big. Economists surveyed by Thomson Reuters are predicting economic growth will top 4%. The combination of tax cuts

1. Earnings bonanza: The earnings season is in full swing. Things kick off before the bell Monday with Barbie-maker Hasbro (HAS) and oilfield services firm Halliburton (HAL). Google parent company Alphabet (GOOGL), Whirlpool (WHR) and TD Ameritrade (AMTD) will follow

1. Big day for earnings: Dozens of big-name companies are reporting quarterly results on Thursday. Blackstone(BX), BNYMelon (BK), Domino’s Pizza (DPZ), Philip Morris International (PM), Scholastic Corp (SCHL) and Union Pacific (UNP) are a handful of the key firms releasing

1. Trump vs. The Fed: Investors are still considering the implications of President Donald Trump’s unusual criticism of the Federal Reserve. Trump told CNBC on Thursday that he’s “not thrilled” with the Fed for raising interest rates. The comments mark

1. Let’s make a deal: Investors are reacting to two major deals. The first involves Broadcom, which has announced plans to acquire CA Technologies (CA) for $ 18.9 billion in cash. Broadcom makes computer chips and CA Technologies builds software