Stocks to Watch: Anheuser-Busch, Kraft Heinz, Corning, SeaWorld and Sony

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Updated Sept. 17, 2019 9:16 am ET

Here are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Tuesday’s session. Stock movements noted by ticker reflect movements during regular trading hours; premarket trading is specified separately.

Corning


GLW -0.36%

—Down 10% premarket: The specialty glassmaker cited weaker demand after it lowered its sales and volume expectations for materials found in TV sets and optical-communication cables Monday evening.

Kraft Heinz—Down 2.7% premarket: Private-equity firm 3G Capital said it sold roughly 25 million shares of Kraft Heinz, according to a Monday securities filing. Shares of the company are down about 49% over the past 12 months.

Anheuser-Busch InBev


BUD -0.68%

—Up 1.4% premarket: The brewer is taking a second shot at listing its Asia business, seeking to raise up to $4.84 billion in Hong Kong in what would be the world’s second-largest IPO this year. Sony—Down 0.1% premarket: In a letter to shareholders Tuesday, Sony turned down a request by activist investor

Daniel Loeb

for a spinoff of its unit that supplies parts for iPhone cameras.

American Airlines


AAL -7.28%

—Up 1% premarket: The airline operator slid 7.3% Monday, its worst day since late July, as large fuel consumers dropped on the energy-price surge.

Netflix


NFLX 0.05%

—Flat premarket: Shares of the streaming giant rose for the fourth consecutive session Monday, the longest streak since June, following reports that it has struck a five-year deal with Sony Pictures Television to become the exclusive world-wide streaming home of “Seinfeld.”

SeaWorld Entertainment


SEAS -0.03%

—Flat premarket: The company said Monday that Chief Executive

Gustavo Antorcha

is leaving the company, seven months after taking the helm.

Boeing


BA -0.24%

—Down 0.1% premarket: A panel of international air-safety regulators is working on a report that is expected to criticize the initial U.S. approval process for the company’s 737 MAX jets, The Wall Street Journal reports. This is a version of the “Stocks to Watch” section of our Markets newsletter.To receive it every morning via email, click here. Write to Amrith Ramkumar at amrith.ramkumar@wsj.com and Patrick Thomas at Patrick.Thomas@wsj.com

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