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Shares which are making the largest strikes within the premarket: Oatly, Tesla, Greenback Tree, and extra

Take a look at some of the biggest movers in the premarket:

Oatly (OTLY) – The oat milk producer lost 7 cents per share in the most recent quarter, less than analysts' forecast 10 cents per share loss. However, earnings fell short of projections and stocks fell 14.1% ahead of the launch. Oatly said it is facing challenges related to various Covid-related restrictions but will continue to expand production.

Tesla (TSLA) – Tesla lost 2.1% in early trading after a weekly loss last week ended an 11-week winning streak. Tesla CEO Elon Musk sold nearly $ 7 billion worth of shares last week.

Dollar Tree (DLTR) – Dollar Tree rose 8.3% in the premarket after activist investor Mantle Ridge acquired a stake in the discounter. The Wall Street Journal reports that Mantle Ridge wants Dollar Tree to take action to increase its stock price and focus on pricing strategies with the company's Family Dollar chain. The news prompted Deutsche Bank to upgrade the stock from “Hold” to “Buy” and point out potential improvements.

Tyson Foods (TSN) – The beef and poultry producer earned $ 2.30 per share for the fourth fiscal quarter, 27 cents per share above estimates. Sales also exceeded Wall Street forecasts. Tyson also announced a new productivity program that aims to save $ 1 billion annually through the end of 2024.

American Tower (AMT) – The communications infrastructure real estate investment trust is buying the REIT CoreSite Realty (COR) data center for $ 170 per share in cash, or approximately $ 10.1 billion. CoreSite increased its premarket business by 2.6%.

Deere (DE) – The heavy machinery manufacturer and striking workers have reached a third preliminary contract after the first two were rejected. Neither side gave details of the new agreement and it is not yet clear when a vote will take place. Workers have been unemployed since October 14th.

Evgo (EVGO) – The operator of public EV charging networks recorded a 7.7% increase in its portfolio pre-market after Credit Suisse downgraded it from “outperform” to “neutral”. The company said a recent rally in the stock has likely priced in the benefits of the infrastructure bill as well as recent partnership announcements.

Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa, RDSb) – Royal Dutch Shell plans to abolish its dual ownership structure and also to drop the “Royal Dutch” part of its company name. The announcement comes amid calls by activist investor Third Point to split the energy giant into multiple companies in order to increase shareholder value. Class "A" shares gained 1.5% prior to launch, while Class "B" shares gained 1.1%.

Boeing (BA) – Boeing Senior Vice President Ihssane Mounir said the jet maker is "close" to resuming deliveries of its 787 Dreamliner after it was suspended due to production issues. Mounir said the exact timing would depend on the outcome of ongoing discussions with regulators. The share gained 2.7% before the trading session.

Petco (WOOF) – The pet products retailer fell 2.9% in pre-trading hours after Jefferies downgraded it from buy to hold. Jefferies cited the valuation after a 26% increase over three months and the difficult working conditions in Petco's veterinary business.

CrowdStrike (CRWD) – Morgan Stanley began coverage of the cybersecurity firm with an "underweight" and saw increasing competitive and pricing pressures. Crowdstrike lost 4.6% in the premarket.

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