GameStop, Clover Health, FuelCell Energy: What to Watch When the Stock Market Opens Today

Updated June 10, 2021 8:46 am ET

Here’s what we’re watching as Thursday’s trading gets underway.

U.S. stock futures were mixed after a data showed a pickup in the pace of inflation as the economy emerges from the pandemic.

Futures for the S&P 500 rose 0.1% and Dow Jones Industrial Average futures added 0.3%. Contracts for the technology-focused Nasdaq-100 slipped 0.3%. Read our full markets wrap here.

Bitcoin was trading around $37,600, a 3.4% rise from Wednesday’s level at 5 p.m. ET. The cryptocurrency is still down over 40% from its mid-April high.

What’s Coming Up Earnings are due after the close from


CHWY -2.14%


Beyond Air.

XAIR 1.34%

Market Movers to Watch


GME 0.85%

is down 7.5% in premarket trading. The videogame retailer said it is considering a new equity offering, and disclosed that the SEC has requested documents and information for its investigation into the recent trading frenzy. It also reported stronger-than-expected sales in the most recent quarter.

GameStop Corp. reset its leadership team as the videogame retailer looks to leverage its recent popularity with investors.


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FuelCell Energy

FCEL -7.17%

shares dropped 12.6% after it reported a fall in revenue during the recent quarter

Clover Health

CLOV -23.61%

rose over 7% earlier in the morning, before retreating to a 4.5% rise. The stock was up 88% for the week at yesterday’s close.

AMC Entertainment

AMC -10.37%

slid 3.7%. The cinema chain fell over 10% on Wednesday.


BB -4.05%

another stock frequently discussed on Reddit forums, was down 4.2%.


WISH -8.86%

shares continued to swing, jumping 3.7% ahead of the bell. On Wednesday they closed down 8.9% in heavy-volume trading, after having been up more than 25% early in the session.


BIIB 2.93%

slipped 1.3% premarket, pulling back after rallying more than 40% this week after the FDA approved its Alzheimer’s drug, a long-awaited breakthrough.

Market Facts Issuance of green bonds hit a record $270 billion last year and is on pace to exceed that amount in 2021, according to data from the Climate Bonds Initiative.

The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note closed below 1.5%, its lowest level in more than three months, dragged down by tepid economic data and high demand from investors both in the U.S. and elsewhere.

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Bankers estimate that initial public offerings could raise some $40 billion in the coming months, the most ever during a summer stretch. 

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