Written by Brenda Nakalema

DraftKings, Zillow, Lyft, AMC, Plus Other Stock Market Movers Today

Stock futures gained Friday ahead of the closely watched U.S jobs report. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures climbed 0.2%, S&P …

Stock futures gained Friday ahead of the closely watched U.S jobs report. Dow Jones Industrial Average futures climbed 0.2%, S&P 500 futures gained 0.1%, and Nasdaq Composite futures were level.

hStock in iRobot Corporation (ticker: IRBT) stock was halted as Amazon.com (AMZN) announced its acquisition of the company for $1.7 billion. Here are the stock market movers in premarket trading.

Tesla (ticker: TSLA) was declining steadily following shareholder approval of a 3-for-1 stock split. The electric-vehicle company neglected to specify when the split would go into effect.

Lyft (ticker: LYFT) climbed following the company’s earnings report, which featured a 30% increase in second-quarter revenue to $991 million. The number of active riders in the quarter rose by 31.9% from a year earlier.

Corteva (ticker: CTVA) stock jumped 5% after the company reported a profit of $1.64 a share, shredding estimates of $1.46 a share, on sales of $6.25 billion, above expectations that stood at $6.08 billion. The sales result was driven in part by higher prices. The stock previously showed great potential when it was evident that the company was improving the technology of its agricultural chemical offerings, which made it competitive against its peers.

Synaptics (ticker: SYNA) stock increased by 0.7% after the company reported a profit of $3.87 a share, surpassing estimates of $3.67 a share, on sales of $476.6 million, an increase over analyst expectations for $472.7 million.

Jamf Holding (ticker: JAMF) stock has risen by 5% after the company reported profits of 3 cents a share, surpassing estimates of 2 cents a share, on sales of $115.6 million, a figure exceeding expectations of $113 million.

Progyny (ticker: PGNY) stock has gained 16% after the company reported a profit of 9 cents a share, beating estimates of 1 cent a share, on sales of $195 million, above expectations that stood at $190.5 million.

Block (ticker: SQ) shares tumbled by 6.1% after the company said Bitcoin revenue at its Cash App unit declined 34% in the second quarter. The fintech’s second-quarter adjusted earnings of 18 cents a share surpassed analysts’ expectations by 2 cents.

AMC Entertainment (ticker: AMC) dropped 8.8% in premarket trading after the movie-theatre company announced it was giving shareholders a special dividend of AMC Preferred Equity Units. AMC CEO Adam Aron said the preferred dividend to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the special ticker symbol “APE” is “perhaps the single biggest action we will take this entire year to fundamentally strengthen AMC for the long term.”

Beyond Meat (ticker: BYND) dropped 3.6% following the plant-based meat company’s decision to lower its revenue outlook for the year.

DoorDash (ticker: DASH) climbed 11% following the food-delivery service’s posting of better-than-expected second-quarter results. The company also significantly increased its full-year guidance.

Expedia’s (ticker: EXPE) second-quarter results surpassed analysts’ expectations. Shares of the travel agency jumped 6.2%.

Zillow (ticker: Z) issued a third-quarter revenue outlook that fell below expectations. Shares of the real estate listings website tanked 8.5% in premarket trading.

Carvana (ticker: CVNA) gained 8.4% after the company reported a loss of $439 million in the second quarter, a smaller loss than the previous quarter’s loss of $506 million. Second-quarter sales volume of 117,564 cars climbed from 105,185 during the previous quarter and up from 107,815 a year earlier.

Cloudflare (ticker: NET) climbed 20% in premarket trading after the web security provider increased its full-year guidance.

Shares of Virgin Galactic (ticker: SPCE) dropped 14% after the space tourism company delayed the launch of its commercial service to the second quarter of 2023.

DraftKings (ticker: DKNG) climbed 9.4% after raising fiscal 2022 guidance.